Impeachment with Honor (Underground Version)
'Impeachment With Honor' was written by Southern California singer/songwriter Lee Cook who along with veteran music producer, Tim Coffman produced this anti-Bush Cheney, Iraq War Protest song. Cook has written other regional favorites such as 'Battling the Bottle,' Billboards & Snowjobs,' 'Honey It Hurts,' Rock & Roll Man,' and 'Shantytown Jacksonville Rocker,' a tribute to the late Ronnie Van Zant of Lynyrd Skynyrd. He currently plays in SoCal based classic rock band 'Geezer' and in the past has played with California Bands: 'Smokin', 'C.Y. DYGYT','Wilderness', 'Against the Grain', 'Eric & the Hubcaps', and 'The Scatt Bros. Band.' Also appearing as Joe Grease, Cook has a long history of studio recording and live performances. 'Impeachment With Honor' draws the immediate attention of the listener with the Jimi Hendrix inspired, Woodstock rendition of our National Anthem played by Cook's 18 year old son, Lee Cook IV who solos further in the song. 'Impeachment With Honor' also features SoCal session musician, Tim Cook (no relation) on pedal steel, 12 & 6 string electric guitars, trombone & Latin Accordian. Lenny Bole, formerly of 'Montezuma's Revenge', plays stunningly brilliant dobro and banjo. Singer/songwriter Charlie Imes of Del Mar, CA, plays bass and acoustic guitar while drums, percussion and background vocals were played by Carmine Gegnose. Rounding out the Dump Dubya Band is Homer Pyle on back-ground vocals and production.