[coronadrop #10 in a series of previously unreleased songs—released here daily—until the quarantine is over or i run out of decent unreleased songs]
this is a song originally by charles douglas from his record 31 flavours, one of my favourite albums.
around 2008 charles emailed me and said he’d read in a couple of places that i was a fan.
was i a fan? of course.
would i be interested in covering one of his songs for a tribute record he was putting together? duh.
seriously though, how do you NOT love a pretty much completely obscure artist with the audacity to solicit tracks for his own tribute record?
i don’t know if the tribute record ever came out.
but there’s this.
from You Can Leave Your Hard On: #coronadrops volume two,
track released April 14, 2020
Dan Bryk plays and sings
WITH Dana Snell on the drums
James Brantley keeps rhythm and adds noisy guitars too
Pete Galub plays subcutaneous guitar solos
FEATURING the SNMNMNM Horns:
Seamus Kenney on trumpet
Matt Kenney on the trombone
Recorded by Robert Sledge at Sledge Mahal, Chapel Hill, and by Bryk at Flabby Road, Raleigh. Wrapped up with a bow at Flabby Road, NYC.
Special thanks to Boy Gone Wrong, The Bicycles, Bull City and SNMNMNM.