I’m not the biggest fan of dUg (Doug) Pinnick’s solo work—I much prefer him in a band context—or of the how-low-can-you-go down-tuning, but I gotta give him props. The guy is 62, he has one of the best voices in rock ‘n’ roll, his bass tone is impeccable, and he’s still out there banging away at a music career when a lot of other folks would have thrown in the towel. And if nothing else, he knows how to write a good groove.
Pinnick’s latest solo album Naked hit the shelves today—physical, virtual, digital, or otherwise—so if you’re into his brand of funky, groovy, rock, go grab it at Amazon or iTunes. It’s also streaming on Spotify if you want to try before you buy.