|Hank Becker & the Boogie Chillin|
Chillin At Play CD (2009)
Power Play Albums often contain story songs. Broken hearts, lost love and perpetual hope frequently appear as themes in modern song writing. It's very rare however, when a collection of songs is also a man's journal, high-school yearbook and aural history rolled into one neat package. Such is the case with Hank Becker's Boogie Chillin' release.
Recorded and produced at Southern rock legend Johnny Sandlin's Duck Tape Studio, Hank's album showcases not only himself but also Mobile's finest musical talent.
Hank's electric, acoustic and slide steel guitar is joined by Voxtone/Gretsch Rockin' Cat alum Warren Wolf on guitar. Becker and Wolf have honed their guitar interplay through 20 years of collaborative effort and the result is two guitars woven together like the Harlem Globetrotters work a basketball. The entire project is anchored by Rick Long's always-in-the-pocket bass playing. As a child of the ...