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|1. The Old Gold Shoe|
|3. You Masculine You|
|4. Up With People|
|5. Nashville Parent|
|6. What Else Could It Be?|
|7. The Distance From Her To There|
|8. The Book I Haven't Read|
|9. The Petrified Florist|
|10. The Butcher Boy|
I argue that Black Sabbath's first album is one of the best soul albums ever made.
The musical arrangements on this CD are outstanding; lush melodies comprised of 'loungey' guitar and horns, vibrant strings and a wonderful backing vocals.
It is hard not to and difficult to find songs with lyrics which will let you come down faster and keep you in a lighter mood at the same time.
Upfront bias... Lambchop is my favorite band and this is the band at the peak of it's powers. This is the seminal band with William Tyler doing amazing work. Read morePublished 9 months ago by MT
The music of Lambchop from Nashville Tennessee provides an unique and appropriate atmosphere not only to the vocal lines of Kurt Wagner its main creative force, but to all of us... Read morePublished on December 7, 2009 by Deven Gadula
This brilliant disc blew my mind when i first heard it. Great atmospheric sounds and slow rock attitude. The best that Lambchop has done and a great intro to the band. Read morePublished on January 16, 2004 by E. E. Seiler III
This is possibly the worst CD I've ever heard -- and I own the piece of ... that Bruce Willis put out. Read morePublished on May 12, 2003
How to describe Lambchop? It isn't easy. On this album they kinda sound like a soul/country/indie/jazz band. Read morePublished on April 21, 2003 by J.M. Savory
This is one of those rare discs that puts me in touch with the natural passion I have for music in this lifetime. Read morePublished on April 18, 2002 by Arise Therefore
I really enjoyed this CD, until my boyfriend informed me it was NOT intended to be humorous.
Between the unimaginative melodies, senseless lyrics, the over-used glockenspiel... Read more
I don't quite get the Richard M. Nixon connexion; probably because I haven't done the requisite research. Nevertheless, this is a wonderful album. A beautiful, magnificent album. Read morePublished on July 25, 2001 by Jonathan Rimorin