Here are some albums from Union Avenue

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Sing Quentin is the latest Union Avenue album.

Union Avenue - Sing Quentin

Union Avenue play songs from Quentin Tarantino movies, with Sun Records class and Johnny Cash cool.  

Following in the tradition of playing unexpected cover songs that has gained them international recognition via covers of Motorhead, The Undertones, The Clash and The Rolling Stones, this time out the boys pay a joint tribute to the classic Sun Records sound of Johnny Cash and the great movies of Quentin Tarantino.

You've heard these songs before - but never quite like this!

Bang Bang / Long Time Prisoner / Dark Night / Texas Funeral / Flowers On The Wall / Little Green Bag / Mexican Blackbird / These Boots Are Made For Walking / You Belong To Me / San Quentin.

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Now Here's... Union Avenue

Union Avenue keep the Johnny Cash sound alive now that the Man In Black is gone.

They cover songs that Cash didn't - and make them sound like he did. Now Here's Union Avenue is the nearest thing to new Johnny Cash material that you're gonna get. They have won many different audiences over - Punk, Metal, Country and more. Recent supports slots include The Stranglers and Stray Cat Lee Rocker among others. The Cash sound knows no boundaries. Recorded on vintage equipment for a true 1956 'Sun' sound.

White Wedding / Sympathy For The Devil / Ride On Josephine / Mean Eyed Cat / Wish You Were Here / Teenage Kicks / Should I Stay Or Should I Go? / Hoochie Coochie Man / Long May You Run / Mystery Train / Walk On The Wild Side / Sing A Travelling Song / Ace Of Spades

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Teenage Kicks

The much anticipated follow-up to Ace Of Spades sees Union Avenue opting to cover The Undertones classic Teenage Kicks - played, of course, in the Johnny Cash Sun Records' style, with the addition of Ring Of Fire horns.

Teenage Kicks / Sympathy For The Devil / Feltham Prison Blues

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Ace Of Spades

Union Avenue play well-known songs in the style of Sun Records era Johnny Cash.

The voice and the production are so close to the Cash sound that their music is regularly mistaken for the Man In Black himself.

The title track is their versions of Motorhead's Ace Of Spades which made Record Of The Week couresty of Mark Radcliffe & Marc Riley's BBC Radio One show. Other artists given the Cash treatment here are Bob Marley, The Rolling Stones and Creedence Clearwater Revival.

The Man In Black is gone, but the Johnny Cash sound lives on.

I Shot The Sheriff / The Other Side / Bad Moon Rising / Ace Of Spades / Big River / It's All Over Now