OLIVER/DAWSON SAXON: New Songs Posted Online

According to Rockdetector.com, OLIVER/DAWSON SAXON — the band featuring Graham Oliver (guitar; SAXON), Steve "Dobby" Dawson (bass; SAXON), Wardi (vocals; HURRICANE, MADAM X, SHAME, SHY), Hadyn Conway (guitar; SARACEN), and Nigel Durham (drums; SAXON) — have posted four brand new tracks — "World's Gone Crazy", "Nursery Crimes", "Camel Toe" and "One Sour Kraut" — on their MySpace page. The latter song is causing a bit of a stir as it includes a passage of narrative lifted from Adolf Hitler's last public speech. Graham Oliver was keen to emphasize to Rockdetector.com that "It is an ANTI-war song".

The band's new album, "Whipping Boy", is scheduled for release later this year through an as-yet-undetermined label.

Graham Oliver is presently on the European live circuit with blues rock outfit TWIN DRAGONS, a union with Italian guitarist Andrea Braido, Nathaniel Peterson of SAVOY BROWN, ex-GILLAN bassist John McCoy and erstwhile SAXON colleague Pete Gill on drums.


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