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Lambchop - Turd Goes Back album

Lambchop - Turd Goes Back album
Performer: Lambchop
Title: Turd Goes Back
Genre: Rock / World / Folk
Style:Indie Rock
Released: 2011
MP3 album szie: 1498 mb
FLAC album size: 1548 mb

Album: Turd Goes Back. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: February 27, 2019 - Lambchop – This (Is What I Wanted To Tell You) (2019).

Turd Goes Back: Essential Tracks from Secret Secret Sourpuss and Big Tussie: A1, A4, A6, A8, B2, B3 are from Secret Secret Sourpuss (circa 1990) and performed only by Kurt Wagner, Mark Trovillion and Bill Killebrew. A2, A3, A5, A7, B1, B4, B5 are from Big Tussie (1986-92). Recorded direct to cassette then back to cassette". On the B-side label, the titles of tracks B3 and B4 are transposed, and the final two tracks listed (B6 "The Backyard Hoop", B7 "How Many Times Did They Play Iko Iko?") don't appear on the record.

Turd Goes Back: Essential Tracks From Secret Secret Sourpuss & Big Tussie.

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Release group by Lambchop. US. Grapefruit Records (US label). Type: Album + Compilation.

Lambchop’s Turd Goes Back: Essential Tracks from Secret Secret Sourpuss & Big Tussy is a collection compiling prolific band-leader Kurt Wagner’s early recordings from two hard-to-find cassettes. Speaking of the lo-fi ’90s, Came Home Late ‘s intimate warping atmosphere reminds me of Shrimper kingpin Dennis Callaci’s Paste project. Listen: Lambchop – Came Home Late.

Lambchop were arguably the most consistently brilliant and unique American group to emerge during the 1990s. Their unclassifiable hybrid of country, soul, jazz, and avant-garde noise seemed at one time or another to drink from every conceivable tributary of contemporary music, its Baroque beauty held together by the surreal lyrical wit and droll vocal presence of frontman Kurt Wagner. After rejecting the names REN, Pinnacles of Cream, and Turd Goes Back, the band settled on Lambchop, added Deanna Varagona, steel guitarist Paul Niehaus, and organist John Delworth, and signed to Merge to release the 1993 single "Nine. Their debut LP, I Hope You're Sitting Down (aka Jack's Tulips), followed a year later. That same year, the group also backed Vic Chesnutt on his album The Salesman and Bernadette. Lambchop's fifth full-length, Nixon, appeared in the spring of 2000.

Sheet Music and Tabs for Lambchop. Originally called Posterchild, the band (which formed in 1986) cannot easily be classified into a genre and certainly not into that of traditional country music. The collective around frontman Kurt Wagner has a fluid membership, at times including as many 18 musicians, and is frequently associated with alternative country.

Lambchop, originally Posterchild, is an American band from Nashville, Tennessee. Lambchop is loosely associated with the alternative country genre Never a band with a "core" lineup, Lambchop has consisted of a large and fluid collective of musicians focused around its creative centre, frontman Kurt Wagner

Tracklist

A1 The Fish Fry
A2 Daktari
A3 My Cliché
A4 They Were Made For Each Other
A5 Que Sera Sera
A6 Came Home Late
A7 I Megalomaniac
A8 Old Dog Blue
B1 Soaky In The Pooper
B2 Music City Shits
B3 Oh Nooooooo
B4 All Over The World
B5 Fa-Q

Credits

  • Performer – Allen Lowrey, Bill Killebrew, Deanna Varagona, Jim Watkins , John Delworth, Jonathan Marx, Kurt Wagner, Marc Trovillion, Mike Doster (tracks: A7, B1), Paul Niehaus, Reid Brown, Ronnie V*, Steve Goodhue
  • Written By – Kurt Wagner (tracks: A2, A3, A5, B1, B4, B5), Kurt Wagner/ Mark Trovillion / Bill Killebrew (tracks: A1, A4, A6, A8, B2, B3), Mike Doster (tracks: A7)

Notes

Grapefruit Records, Year One, Record 1. Limited to 314 copies, hand numbered. With insert.

Turd Goes Back: Essential Tracks from Secret Secret Sourpuss and Big Tussie:
A1, A4, A6, A8, B2, B3 are from Secret Secret Sourpuss (circa 1990) and performed only by Kurt Wagner, Mark Trovillion and Bill Killebrew.
A2, A3, A5, A7, B1, B4, B5 are from Big Tussie (1986-92).

"Recorded direct to cassette then back to cassette".

On the B-side label, the titles of tracks B3 and B4 are transposed, and the final two tracks listed (B6 "The Backyard Hoop", B7 "How Many Times Did They Play Iko Iko?") don't appear on the record.