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Tav Falco Panther Burns - Sugar Ditch Revisited lp (Frenzi)

$29.99

Limited edition 2 x180 gramm heavyweight vinyl.

Foldout-cover featuring the original 12"-sleeves. LP-Cover is the Sugar Ditch Revisited cover

Full colour printed innersleeves featuring extensive liner notes by Tav Falco himself. Stickered mentioning contents.

The Tav Falco Panther Burns Reissue/Remaster-series, Part II.! This one contains the Sugar Ditch Revisited EP (1985) and The Shake Rag EP (1986).

Plus a previously unreleased 11-song/45 minute live show from the Messepalast Vienna from 1989. Pristine recording by the ORF!

SUGAR DITCH REVISITED - a modest album with a huge cast of the crème of Memphis musicians joining the PANTHER BURNS.

Jim Dickinson produced the record alongside Roland James, pioneer guitarist on the early Jerry Lee Lewis sides, twirling the knobs at the control board. This record featured two songs Dickinson had found on tapes discarded by STAX during the last days of the studio's existence. Sir Mac Rice an ex-Falcon penned "Tina, the Go Go Queen and Money Talks". For these numbers Andrew Love and Ben Cauley were brought in from the Memphis Horns to add that lush and signature lilt of the laid-back 'Memphis sound'. Alex Chilton played his new guitar - a rusty Mosrite he'd found in a pawnshop on Poplar Avenue, The articulate bassist, Rene Coman, came up from New Orleans for the sessions, Ross Johnson whipped the skins, and a bevy of girlfriends sang backing vocals.

SHAKE RAG – 1986 three stalwarts: Jim Dickinson producer, keyboardist, guitarist, Ross Johnson on percussion, and Tav Falco, on guitar and voice. There is a raw primitivism howling from these tracks and an unbridled intensity not heard from the band in recorded form since our 1st album, Behind The Magnolia Curtain. It is the kind of record PANTHER BURNS can make as easily a falling off a log.

 

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 30 April, 2013.

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