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Blackout

Speedball Baby (スピードボールベイビー)

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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86
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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オリジナル盤発売年
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2002
フォーマット
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CD
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Ali Smith(Vocals),  Andy Action(Drums),  Daniel Collas(Organ),  James Chance(Saxophone),  Judah Bauer(Guitar),  Lily Wolfe(Organ),  Matt Verta-Ray(Guitar),  Mick Collins(Vocals),  Parker Noon(Saxophone),  Rockin' Clay Reed(Guitar),  Ron Ward(Vocals),  Ali Smith(Vocals (Background)),  Brent Martens(Bass (Upright)),  Christina Campanella(Vocals (Background)),  Judah Bauer(Harmonica),  Lily Wolfe(Vibraphone),  Paul Dugan(Bass (Upright)),  Paul Q. Kolderie(Bass (Electric)),  Tom Abbs(Bass (Upright)),  Andy Action(Engineer),  Matt Verta-Ray(Engineer),  Matt Verta-Ray(Producer),  Ali Smith(Photography),  Andrew Heermans(Mastering),  Ashkan Sahihi(Photography),  Donald Byrd(Composer),  Jimmy Hole(Design),  Matt Verta-Ray(Design),  Parker Noon(Photography),  Paul Q. Kolderie(Mixing)

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It's no wonder The Blackout sounds familiar. Not only does Speedball Baby revel in the basic elements of rockabilly and blues-punk much like Jon Spencer Blues Explosion does, but two Jon Spencer Blues Explosion members play on this album. Jon Spencer and Judah Bauer are credited for having written the best songs, too: Wanna Scratch It? and Do the Blackout, respectively. Their playing is energetic with plenty of hollerin' and background noises, much like the tracks found on early Jon Spencer Blues Explosion releases, favoring Orange. Speedball Baby's carefully contrived collaborative third release also features Boss Hog's Cristina Martinez singing backup on the Charlie Feathers-ish send-up The Diddler, which is obviously influenced by beat poet William S. Burroughs' lyrical monotone. Other contributors include the often-suited avant-garde James Chance of James Chance & the Contortions playing saxophone and the under-utilized Mick Collins singing Cash Cow -- he was also a guest on their 2000 record, Uptight. The who's who lineup of famed New York City and Detroit-based musicians helps The Blackout be elegant, powerful, and engaging throughout, with the end result treading familiar territory, but there are enough surprises to keep things interesting. ~ Lisa LeeKing, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Three Quarter Man (03:26)
  • 02. Hanky-Joe Digger (02:06)
  • 03. Do the Blackout (01:36)
  • 04. Wanna Scratch It? (03:03)
  • 05. Pimp Hand Strong (03:32)
  • 06. Bee in Flight (03:27)
  • 07. Asphalt Blues (02:58)
  • 08. Diddler (03:01)
  • 09. Blackjack (02:03)
  • 10. Baretta's My Handle (02:18)
  • 11. Cash Cow (03:15)
  • 12. Termite Speaks (01:49)
  • 13. Nine Eleven (02:16)
  • 14. Jack Martin Story (03:21)
  • 15. Cash Cow (Reprise)

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Speedball Baby

Speedball Baby is an energetic four-piece of rockabilly-inspired New York City art punk. The band was formed in 1995 and released two early EPs on Matador, earning them the attention of MCA records. Finding the major-label world not to their liking, Speedball Baby returned to the indie scene, releasing the I'm Gonna Stomp Mr. Harry Lee 10. Uptight, their sophomore full-length, was released in 2000

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