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  1. Lucy & Jack
  2. 18 Wheels [MP3]
  3. Bare Bones
  4. Baby Alive
  5. You're the Reason Our Kids Are Ugly (Conway & Loretta cover)
  6. Pony
  7. Too Tired to Live (Too Lazy to Die)
  8. Doghouse
  9. Red Cross
  10. Daddy Cried
  11. Case of the Flu
  12. Jackson (Johnny & June cover)
  13. Great Atomic Power (Louvin Bros. classic)

"Somewhere between X and the Squirrel Nut Zippers, this quintet zings its fastball with perfect control ... Slick as new chrome. I think I'm in love." —Option

"Frontwoman Kim Docter comes on like a cross between Skeeter Davis and Wanda Jackson." —Minneapolis City Pages

Moonshine Willy Pecadores

BS 005 1995 $5.49
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Debut CD from Chicago's very own well-traveled road dogs.

Pecadores, which is Spanish for "sinners," harnessed the spirit and energy of their boisterous live shows and delivered a high speed tour through their unique brand of aggro-hillbilly boogie. It also harkened straight back to the good ol' days when every significant country star was a devout speed freak. Willy speed isn't chemical though, it's manual, as in bows sawing demoniacally across the cat guts, possessed fingers flying up & down fretboards, and slap-back bass and rattle-trap drums tenuously kept it all from spinning into the crowd.

Includes such original roof-rattlers as "18 Wheels," and "Too Tired To Live (Too Lazy To Die)," as well as choice covers of Johnny & June, Conway & Loretta, and Ira & Charlie (Louvin, that is). A must for all your back porch party needs. Co-produced by David Lowery (Camper Van Beethoven, Cracker)



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