CD'S & VINYL
LOWER BROAD LO-FI - CD
An early, dynamic, and total jump blues variation of this Nashville Tennessee outfit. An amazing lineup of players are featured here. Col JD singing and blowing the harmonica, Joe Buck on Bass, the unreal Chris Scruggs (BR-549) playing the guitar, and Chris Detlaf on drums. This a document of the band when they were unknown, hungry, and playing from the heart 7 days a week on Lower Broadway Street in downtown Nashville at the Bluegrass Inn.
OUT OF PRINT
THE PINE HILL HAINTS
JACK OF DIAMONDS - 7"
4 songs, recorded live on the radio. This a straight ahead country touch for this band, perhaps one of the purest releases like this that the Haints have recorded. No amps, no effects on the vocals, just honest dry skin and bones.
CRIMINAL CLASS U.S.A.
HUSH HUSH REVOLUTION - CD
2nd album by this group of friends from Mobile, Alabama. They have an energetic live show that carries over into the studio. Most songs are written by David Matthews, well-arranged and almost live musical novellas in their quality.
RISE UP HOWLIN' WEREWOLF
MICHELLE/I CRY FOR COMMERCIALS - 7"
Released with the zine "Spidder #10." This is the debut record by R.U.H.W.W. Recorded by Niles Lee in his house near 7 Points in Florence, Alabama. James the Fang on guitar, Brian Conner on Vox organ, and JD McCorkle on drums.
Another Celtic based group, formed from the ashes of the Natchez Shakers by Joey Barrier. They lasted for a couple of years. The songs were heartfelt and passionate, showing and example of the excellent songwriting by Joey.
INVISIBLE YOUTH - LP
This is the vinyl release of the Thorp Records CD. Recorded at the Legendary 3614 Jackson Highway Muscle Shoals Sound Studios by Jamie "Spazz" Uertz. Also features Brian Conner on the Hammond B-3 Organ, and Travis Walker on the drums.
This is the one official release by this Auburn Alabama band. They played many wild night in the famed Auburn house shows. Dual vocals. Dis-chordent guitar, jazz spastic drums, and tight bass, with a light wink and fun time attitude. Features Jeremy "the Coach" Dale Henderson on vocals, the head writer for the War Eagle Reader website.
OUT OF PRINT
THE CAN KICKERS
FIRE IN THE EAST - 7"
4 songs from this New london Connecticut trio. Banjo, fiddle, and dance beat drums. A true living mix of old-time music and the modern world. Recorded by Matt Bakula in Huntsville Alabama.
Hard-core from Murphreesburo Tennessee, furious high energy music, avant/angular songwriting dealing with deep personal issues and spirituality. This record features Travis Walker, who later played with The Wednesdays.
THE FLORENCE NIGHTINGALES
4 songs, recorded at the Black Owl Trading Co. by Lynn Bridges...all girl rock n roll, played fiercely with a dark touch. All songs are written by guitarist Katie Kat...other players are Paige Motes on bass (the Divine 6/7) Crystal on drums (she played the tin whistle with the Natchez Shakers) and April Brockwell on vocals.