Posts Tagged ‘mitch robinson’


Mitch Robinson – Brother With A Record (2003)

May 5, 2009


Artist : Mitch Robinson
Release Title : Brother With A Record
Date : 2000 (no date on inlay)
Home : Chatham
Genre: Rock

Recording credits – Bob Hiltz,  Steve Eyres (Eyres Space Studio Chatham)
Rick Neufeld (Wallaceburg) Lorne Hounsel, Jimmy graham, Doug Eberlee

Mitch Robinson – Vocals, Guitars

This is a collection of Mitch’s material mainly, so the list is huge for additional players. here is a quick list
Drums – Spencer Eyres, Dave Major, Grayling Church, Rod reynolds, Brian McHugh, Steve Basiaco
Bass – Steve Eyres, Mitch, Dave Davidson, Ian Wilmore,  Andy Martin, Todd Taylor, Mark Irmler
Keyboards & Trumpet: Nick Novosad
Percussion: Mat Drew
Backing Vox:  Julie Ross, Mat Drew, Dave Major, Lionnel Shadd

The Scoop : Mitch brings us a full length demo of songs that is packed with performances from the cities finest musicians. Mitch was one of the most known musicians in the city throughout the 90’s, mainly from his ‘dead on’ tribute act to Jimmy Hendrix. 
   This demo showcases Mitch’s classic rock roots & love for the long jams which is a highlight for this record.

Track Listing.
1. Missus Know-It-All  2. Katherine’s Bush  3. Little Girl Blue  4. Rats & Suckers  5. T.V. Days  6. Midnight – Dusk to Dawn  7. In the Shadows with Mr. Johnson  8. Letter to a Woman  9. Mama’s Blues  10. Sunshine  11. Birth Of A Nation  12. T.Rex  13. Say Yer Prayers  14. Voulez, Voulez Vous & I Do Mean You  15. Star Spangled Banner (Live)

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Electric Voodoo Revised (1999)

May 4, 2009


Artist: Electric Voodoo
Home :Chatham
Style : Classic Rock
Date : 1999

Musicians :
Mitch Robinson – Vox, Guitars
Basiaco – Drums
Tod Taylor – Bass
Nick Novosad – Keys

The Scoop: This is Mitch’s latest line-up for the ‘Electric Voodoo’ name which he has been jamming under for many years. The Voodoo are one of the areas most popular party/cover bands.
  Mitch has been busy getting his solo CD ready on the sidelines & Nick was in the studio doing keys for the Julie Ross record ‘Middle Ground’.
   Mitch is verging on local legend status as a true road warrior. This time around, they drop the Jimmi Hendrix tribute act & open the doors to an ‘anything goes’ vibe. Look for Mitch’s solo album coming soon called “Brother With A Record”.



Electric Voodoo – Synthetic Sin (1995)

May 4, 2009

Home : Chatham Ontario Canada
CD Release : Synthetic Sin
Music Style : Rock
Date : 1995

Musicians :
Mitch Robinson – Vocals, Guitars
Dave Brisco – Bass
Dave Major – Drums, Grayling Church
Guest Vocals – Robin Banks

The Scoop : In the late 80’s & early 90’s, if you wanted to rock then you knew who Mitch & the boys were, & the Aberdeen was the place where it went down. Electric Voodoo was the bar band at it’s best. A perfect Jimi Hendrix tribute with long, long open jams & lots of beer around.
   The CD contains some covers but it is the perfect gift to take home to remember these days. Guns & Roses & Glam bands ruled the day & Electric Voodoo became the instant home town party band, Not only for providing the best in entertainment, but also for being the nicest guys around.
The CD was recorded by Rick Neufeld @ Sam’s Hotel In Wallaceburg.

Track Listing.
1. Psychadelic Angel, 2. Down On You 3. Banana Song, 4. Detroit City Love Affair 5. Finnegan’s Wake, 6. Love Assylum 7. The Hypnotic, 8. Leaving Today 9. Voodoo Child, 10. Downtown Blues

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