Michael Knott | Rocket and a Bomb

One of many landmark albums for Mr. Knott. The songs on this album have probably been played more times in concert than any others. They were also re-used on several other albums. The subjects of these songs are based on real people that Michael knew while living in a run-down apartment complex in Hollywood.

Other information:
This album was also released as CD-R in 2003 as Volume 1 of “The Burns Series.”


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Michael Knott
Rocket and a Bomb (1994 Brainstorm / Word)
Produced by: Gene Eugene & Michael Knott

Michael Knott – Vocals, guitars, paintings
Ed (Giles) Benrock – Drums
Eric (Boogie) Coomes – Bass
Gene Eugene – Keys
Rick Rekedal – Cello
Brian Doidge – Guitars on Jail and Train, bass on Kitty
Ricki Michelle – Backing vocals on Jan

01) Jan the Weatherman Knott Re-recorded by the Aunt Bettys, see the 2003 Tour CD
02) Jail Knott  
03) Make Me Feel Good Knott  
04) Serious Knott Re-worked by the Aunt Bettys as “The Shotgun” on a Demo
05) John Barrymore Jr. Knott Re-worked by the Aunt Bettys as “Junkie”, see the Promo CD
06) Train Knott  
07) Bubbles Knott  
08) Kitty Knott Re-recorded by the Aunt Bettys, see the Aunt Bettys album
09) Adrian Knott  
10) Skinny Skins Knott, Rekedal  
11) Rocket & A Bomb Knott Re-worked by the Aunt Bettys, see the Aunt Bettys album


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Older comments on “Michael Knott – Rocket and a Bomb

  1. Scott on May 03, 2008 at 07:54 am said:

    Great album. One of those albums that was sadly buried in the Christian scene.


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