The Morells

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The Morells
Origin Springfield, Missouri, United States
Genres Rock
Years active 1982–present
Labels Hightone Records, Almeron Records
Members Lou Whitney
D. Clinton Thompson
Dudley Brown
Ron Gremp
Past members Joe Terry
Maralie
Notable instruments
D. Clinton Thompson's modified Fender amplifier

The Morells are an American rock band from Springfield, Missouri.[1] They released an album titled Shake and Push in 1982. The band's members have included bassist and producer Lou Whitney, guitarist D. Clinton Thompson, keyboardists Kelly Brown, Maralie (Whitney), Dudley Brown, and Joe Terry, and drummer Ron Gremp.[1]

As a producer and hired talent, they have worked with Dave Alvin, Jonathan Richman, Syd Straw, Robbie Fulks, The Bottle Rockets, Wilco, Carolyne Mas, The Del-Lords and Eric Ambel.

History[edit]

The band traces its roots to The Symptoms, a bar band in Springfield in 1973. The Symptoms evolved into The Skeletons, which then developed into The Morells (and back and forth since).[1] In various forms they have also performed under the names The Park Central Squares and Combo.com. Several live albums have been released on Almeron Records since 2004.

Albums[edit]

  • 1982: Shake and Push - Borrowed Records 3302
  • 2001: The Morells - Slewfoot
  • 2005: Think About It - Hightone
  • 2005: Anthology Live - 101 Songs About Cars, Girls, And Food!!! - Almeron Records[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Biography by John Bush". Allmusic.com. Retrieved December 23, 2010. 
  2. ^ Allmusic.com discography

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