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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

IT CAME FROM NASHVILLE


by Webb Wilder and the Beatnecks


LANDSLIDE/RACKET RECORDS
LD 1013
1986
STEREO


WEBB WILDER: VOCALS, GUITAR
DONNY "THE TWANGER" ROBERTS: GUITAR, VOCALS
DENNY "CLETUS" WOLLENSAK: BASS GUITAR, VOCALS
JIMMY LESTER: DRUMS
THE IONIZER: DRUMS, GUITAR, VOCALS

OTHER MUSICIAN TYPES:

BILLY PRINCE: BASS GUITAR
WALLY WILSON: PIANO (courtesy COMPLEAT RECORDS)
JIM LIBAN: HARMONICA
CARSON WHITSETT: HAMMOND ORGAN

PRODUCED BY R.S. FIELD
* PRODUCED WITH THE BEATNECKS:
RECORDED LIVE AT THE EXIT INN, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, BY JOHNNY ROSEN, FANTA SOUND, 3-14-86.

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: DAN TYLER

CORPS OF ENGINEERS: BILLY PRINCE, JOE WILSON, RICHARD MULLEN, LEE GROITZSCH, WILLIAM T. VORNDICK, AND JOHN WILES.
RECORDED IN AUSTIN, TEXAS, AND NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
MASTERED AT MASTERFONICS,
BY BENNY QUINN
ART DIRECTION AND COVER: W.R. TYLER
LOGOTYPE AND COLLAGE: ED MILLET
PHOTOS: CROW
MANAGEMENT: DAVID F. CANNON, CONTEMPORARY TALENT, (615) 256-5520
THANKS ADELE, PAT, CARLIN, TOBY, ESCO, TRIP ALDRICH, AND JIM ZUMWALT.
PUBLICITY: MARK PUCCI ASSOCIATES (404) 873-4796

LANDSLIDE RECORDS IN ASSOCIATION WITH RACKET RECORDS
450 14 ST., SUITE 201 N.W., ATLANTA, GA. 30318



SIDE A:



How Long Can She Last (goin' that fast)
Horror Hayride
I'm Burning*
Is This All There Is?
Devil's Right Hand*
Move On Down The Line*





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SIDE B:



One Taste Of The Bait
I'm Wise To You*
It Gets In Your Blood
Poolside
Ruff Rider (dedicated to Broderick Crawford, 1911-86)
Keep It On Your Mind*

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Editor's note: these guys rawk! In a rockabilly sort of way which Webb calls "swampedelic"(a combination of country, surf guitar and rock & roll). This guy is active in both music and film and has an award winning documentary to his credit. He should be active in album cover design as well because this sleeve is a great accompaniment to an excellent record. This album is so cool that even the paper sleeve that holds the record is hip as a hot stone.

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