Falling b/w Tail Chaser

(Sympathy For The Record Industry) Used 8-inch picture disc $18.00

Masterpiece of psychedelic mush.



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“Frontwoman Carla Bozulich’s cavernous voice, etched by rivers of regret and storms of sorrow, yet never entirely bleak or humorless,” expounds ArtForum, “has a prickly punk edge that tells you this isn’t the music of god’s country. She comes from the seedy underbelly of the LA rock scene, where desperate punks like X or the Flesh Eaters sometimes followed their muses back to rock’s country roots. Butch is a true home for a riveting voice that bristles with hard-won beauty and sadness, hope and despair. On Butch, Bozulich’s tough-girl vision is matched by the gnarled and dusty sound of a band fluent in dissonance, punk urgency, and twangy Southern discomfort.” From 1997. Sealed


Get The Gone

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Seven tracks of country rock from 1994


Heart Trouble

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The undisputed queen of rockabilly with a little help from Dave Alvin, Elvis Costello, The Cramps, Lee Rocker, and The Cadillac Angels. A smoking version of the Louvin Brothers’ “Cash on the Barrelhead,” wooly instrumentation on Charlie McCoy’s “Funnel of Love,” the modern honky tonk masterpiece “Woman Walk Out the Door” with guest Rosie Flores, a duet with Costello on Buck Owens’ “Crying Time,” — it’s a rock’n’roll dream from one end to the other, full of raw, sharp performances, killer songs, and Jackson's irrepressible ability to take even the most innocent song and make it salacious.