Dirty Madame

Dirty Madame

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Dirty Madame sound combines the raunchiness of the late-60's Stones with the progressive heaviness that defined Led Zeppelin; an electric blend of melodic hooks, driving percussion, and riveting arrangements that goes far beyond, but never loses, the revolutionary spark that is rock and roll

Biography

So, legend has always proven that the stinging thrill of a life on the road is one that certain men just can not pass up. The lifeblood of rock n roll and the fire that has propelled the great geniuses of this genre to the world’s largest stages has always been the sheer high of creating predictable, explosive music before throngs of fellow believers. Dirty Madame is a band who have exuded this truth from the first note we ever played. It’s the same note that Mick and Keith found one day in 1962; it’s the same note that John and Paul used to change the world; it’s the same note that Hendrix sent rocketing into outer space; and it’s the same note that I’ve been in love with ever since I started playing guitar for this band of musical soul mates that we call Dirty Madame.
The guilty parties steering this road-tested locomotive along are some of the most creative, musically gifted mates I’ve ever had. There’s Greg Davis, the born songwriter whose muse brought him to my door, and whose natural talent made me powerless not to open it. Standing next to him every step of the way has been Jayme Davis, Dirty Madame’s co-lyricist and spiritual backbone. As the lyrical architect of songs like Jumble Jee, Michelangelo, and I Just Like the Sound, not to mention many more to come, Jayme has come to personify the modern-day notion of the “fourth” member in a three piece band; the absolutely crucial component whose passion for both her husband and her music has left the rest of us looking forward to what this songwriting duo is going to come up with next. Then there’s Carl Turner, a multi-instrumentalist since the age of five, whose mind blowing ability on drums, bass, piano, and harmonica has cemented his place as the rhythmic foundation of Dirty Madame. Finally there’s me, Pat, who has known since before I can remember that music was simply my destiny. Sometimes a kid just knows with the first record he hears, the first buzz that he’ll ever know, and the best one. I’m going to let our music do the rest of the talking, but before I go I will say one more thing. Dirty Madame knows full well that there has been a certain spark existing in this world since rock n roll came along, a sensation in the cosmos that has changed things for the better. After all, in this day and age of empty politics and soulless commercial culture, all we can hope for is a good feeling. And all hurtles aside, me and the boys hope to ride that good feeling all the way to those same stages where rock n roll has lived since its birth, and will remain forever. See you at the end of the road.

Lyrics

Jumble Jee

Written By: Jayme and Greg Davis

Jumble Jee Jo Jumble Jie
Hang up you coat now got plenty of time.
Got to keep movin’ As if you would
I Got to keep prayin’ now my life is good.
Got to keep sayin’ now more than I should.
More than I should.

Jumble Jee Jo Jumble Jie
You look so lovely there batting your eyes.
I love your music you knew I would.
I follow the melody with all of your rhymes
Always on time.

I’m always on time.
I’m always on time.
I’m always on time.

Jumble Jee Jo Jumble Jie
I know your voice now like it was mine.
And after all is said and done.
I’ll never tell anyone cause I know the time.
I’ll sing you a melody with all of my rhymes
Always on time.

I’m always on time.
I’m always on time.
I’m always on time.

Always on time.
Always on time.
Always on time.
I’m always on time.

Jumble Jee Jo Jumble Jie
You look so lovely there batting your eyes.
All this seems perfect I knew it would.
All of the Time.

Burnin'

Written By: Greg Davis

Drink my bottle of drink
Sing that song that I sing.
Drink my bottle of drink
Sing that song and I sing.

Walk in circles a walk a in’
Talk in circles a talk in’
Walk in circles a walk a in’
Momma’s buns are burnin’

Down the hill from round the bend you’ll hear many voices in your ear.
While the weight of your stay keeps coming back every single day.

Drink my bottle of drink
Sing that song that I sing.
Drink my bottle of drink
Sing that song and I sing.

Walk in circles a walk a in’
Talk in circles a talk in’
Walk in circles a walk a in’
Momma’s buns are burnin’

Down the hill from round the bend you’ll hear many voices in your ear.
While the weight of your stay keeps coming back every single day.

Whisper in my Ear

Written By: Greg Davis

I sent my letter to there and back oh yah, oh yah.
You sent your brown eyes 500 miles oh yah.
Oh yah? Uh huh?
Your gonna give it to me.

You wear your short white dress.
You make my mornin’ blessed.
You make direction clear.
Come whisper in my ear.

Oh yah? Uh huh?
Your gonna give it me.

Lay your weary head down
On my wounded knee.
Every step you’ve taken
Has been to follow me.

You whisper in my ear.
Your whisper’s so damn hard to hear.
But you make direction clear
Come whisper in my ear.

Oh yah? Uh huh?
You’re gonna give it to me.

Lay your weary head down
On my wounded knee.
Every step you’ve taken
Has been to follow me.

You make direction clear.
Your whisper’s so hard to hear.
You make direction clear.
Come whisper in my ear.

Pacify Me

Written By: Greg Davis

Uh huh…

You left foot come before your right.
Your right foot enter my room.
You come sit here to my right.
There’s too much room between me and you.
There’s too much room between me and you.

My right hand shake with your left.
You let me enter your womb.
You come sit here to my right.
There’s too much room between me and you.
There’s too much room between me and you.

Your face turns two shades of green.
Your face turn away from me.

Give me one more note in the tree.
Good golly little Darilin’ come and party with me.
Sendin’ you one more letter no one better than me.
Good golly little molly’ come and party with me.
Good golly little Darilin’ come and party with me.

Uh huh…

Won’t you please come pacify me.
Won’t you please come pacify me
Won’t you come sit here on my knee.
Won’t you please come pacify me

There’s too much room between me and you.
There’s too much room between me and you.

Your face turns two shades of green.
Your face turn away from me.

Give me one more note in the tree.
Good golly little Darlin’ come and party with me.
Sendin’ you one more letter no one better than me.
Good golly little Molly’ come and party with me.
Good golly little Darilin’ come and party with me.

Discography

The Dirty Madame EP
Hum Dolly

Set List

Unheard Of
Michelangelo
Burnin’
Statuesque
Pushin’ Aside
Jumble Gee
Lucky
Whisper in my Ear
I Just Like the Sound
No waste of time
Ariel
Pacify Me
Cover : Suffregette City by David Bowie