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Jimmy Bell's Still in Town

Jimmy Bell's Still in Town
2013 Exit Stencil Records, 2 x vinyl LP.
  Originally recorded in 1974.
Bi-fold deluxe double LP packaging with liner notes by David Fricke and David Giffels. Remastered from the original tapes from 1974 and not edited. Pressed on 140 gram black vinyl in Cleveland by Gotta Groove. Three additional songs from the same time period added; Drive (written by R. Kidney), I Hear You Knockin, and Who Do You Love (acoustic duet by Robert & Jack).  New photos added to original artwork. The music still kicks your ass, I don't care how young or old you are.
Players:  Robert Kidney - guitar, vocals; Jack Kidney – vocals, harmonica, tenor sax, organ, conga; Terry Hynde - alto & baritone sax, maracas; Tim Maglione - tenor & baritone sax, conga; David Robinson - drums; Michael Stacey – guitar; Drake Gleason – bass.
Track List: 
Jimmy Bell, Thief, Animal Speaks, About the Eye Game, Narrow Road, About Leaving Day, Drive, I Hear You Knockin', Who Do You Love.

Among the Wandering
1987 Water Brothers Music, vinyl LP.

Produced by Fred Salem and Bruce Hensel. "Among The Wandering” was a heartbreaker. Although “High Heels Are Dangerous” got a lot of airplay, the songs Robert poured his song writing into did not. This record has some favorites that are not played anymore and also has a nice warm studio sound. Producer Fred Salem (The Outlaws) played guitar on “High Heels Are Dangerous” and has always been a big supporter of 15 60 75. Cover photo by Karen Calabria.
Players:  Robert Kidney - guitar, vocals; Jack Kidney – vocals, harmonica, tenor sax; Terry Hynde - alto sax, keyboards; David Robinson - drums; Michael Stacey – guitar;  Fred Tribuzzo - bass; Steve Calabria – bass.
Track List: 
Thunderhead, Rockin My Soul, The Risk Of Love, The Push & The Shove, High Heels Are Dangerous, I’ve Got To Know, Talk, Who’s Lovin You Better, Among The Wandering.

Among the Wandering

The Kidney Brothers - Coal Tattoo

2013 ReR Megacorp, CD.
Painting by Robert Kidney, photo by Angie Casamento, design by Yasemin Erdin. Produced by David Thomas and recorded in 1998 at Suma, this collection of songs by the brothers Kidney reveals the true storytelling ability and raw soulful folk blues that makes American music fascinating. Numbers Band fans will recognize the song titles but these recordings are delivered in a much different way, striped to the bones of words and music, far from acoustic, and farther from anything comfortable.
Players:  Robert Kidney - Vocals and guitar; Jack Kidney - Vocals, harp, keyboards, tenor sax, percussion.  Bill Watson also adds bass.
Track List:  Jimmy Bell, Outlaw Blues, Roughouse, You Don't Love Me (You Don't Care), Thief, Coal Tattoo, Somebody Shot Him, Heavy Rain, Wild River, That's Alright, Who Do You Love.

Coal Tattoo
Inward City

The Inward City
2009 Hearthen Records, CD.

Produced by David Thomas. Art and design by John Thompson. Photos by Angie Casamento. The long awaited seventh recording of the band is a studio album including a haunting rework of “Nobody's John”, a blasting version of “Battery B”, plus five other tracks.
Players:  Robert Kidney - vocals, guitar; Jack Kidney - vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards, tenor sax; Terry Hynde - alto sax, keyboards; Frank Casamento - drums;
Bill Watson - bass.
Track List:
  Battery B, Yonders Wall, Thunderhead, Nobody’s John, Heavy Rain, From Me To You, Matchbox Defined, The Tellsusourvision, Coal Tattoo.

Numbers Blues

Numbers Blues
2002 Reedurban Records, CD.

Produced by Steve Etherton. Art by Terry Hynde. Cover notes by Steve Etherton. As a tribute to the fans, “Numbers Blues” is a collection of live blues performances from 1991 to 2000. It is a powerful representation of hard work. It is also a short lesson in blues music history as the band covers Sonny Boy Williamson, Robert Johnson, Elmore James, Junior Parker, Bo Diddly, Junior Wells, and the obscure Cat Iron. In the context of blues history, “Matchbox Defined” is the most interesting. Robert’s version, written originally by Blind Lemon Jefferson, is also influenced by Jimmy Reed, Bob Dylan and Carl Perkins. The song offers the response to the question “How can a matchbox hold my clothes?” Two original tunes are also included.
Players:  Robert Kidney - vocals, guitar; Jack Kidney - vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards, tenor sax; Terry Hynde - alto sax, keyboards; Frank Casamento - drums;
Fred Tribuzzo - bass; Frank Reynolds - bass
Track List:   She Become the Jones, That’s Alright, Brand New Lover, HooDoo Man Blues, Matchbox Defined, Nine Below Zero, Must Have Done Somebody Wrong, Jimmy Bell, You Don’t Love Me (You Don’t Care), Walkin Blues.

Hotwire

Hotwire
1991 Reedurban Records, CD.

Produced by Steve Etherton. An excellent combination of live and studio mixes featuring all original material. Hotwire is the first release to feature a song by Jack Kidney, “Somebody Shot Him”. The band struggled to get the new material released before bass player Fred Tribuzzo left the group.
Players: Robert Kidney - guitar, vocals; Jack Kidney – guitar, vocals, harmonica, tenor sax, keyboards; Terry Hynde - alto sax, keyboards; Frank Casamento – drums;
Fred Tribuzzo – bass
Track List:  Hotwire, Lucky, Sucker Punch, Hard To Handle, Rough House, Somebody Shot Him, Hitman, Follow Fashion, One Track Mind.