|Album:||Mayors of the Moon||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Langford, Jon & His Sadies||Added:||Feb 2003|
|Add Date:||2003-06-09||Pull Date:||2003-08-11|
|Week Ending:||Jul 27||Jul 13||Jun 29||Jun 15|
|1.||Sep 28, 2012:||The Songsmith Show
Up to My Neck in this
|4.||Jul 09, 2003:||Postulate, Then Liberate
|2.||Jul 26, 2003:||the rust belt
|5.||Jun 27, 2003:||In the Leaves
|3.||Jul 23, 2003:||press and release
Looking Good for Radio
|6.||Jun 10, 2003:||In the Leaves
Stand-out tracks: 10,1,4,6,8,11,12
1. Organ-driven with acoustic instruments. Glorious '60's feel.
2. Sad, philosophical folk song with pedal steel. Story of our lives.
3. Raucous garage-rock track. It's good to hear the Sadies rock out again.
4. Spooky cowboy surf that the Sadies do best.
5. Protest of American war-making. Wish I had reviewed this album earlier. Save until needed.
6. Gentle folky country song, a great Langford lyric (if you like this dig up the fantastic Jon Langford/Sally Timms album, _Precious Jewel:SOFH&HV_ in country).
7. Driving '50's-flavored rocker.
8. Sad, country title-track.
9. More rocking, country-flavored tune.
10. Brooding psychedelic track with vocals by Mekon Sally Timms. Great weird drum fills. Play!
11. Immediate, rocking tune. A great take on Bakersfield country!
12. Goofy, slow spaghetti westerrn tune.