Monday, May 28, 2007

The Greenhornes have a gun...for you.

click this link to become a pinball wizzard.

The Greenhornes are a beautiful thing. They create stunningly faithful music that feels modern and dusty. As a rhythm section they put in work as "The Do-Whatters" for Loretta's Van Lear Rose album, The Raconteurs, and the Oh, robot favorite: Little Jack Lawrence plays the banjo, bass, and all of a sudden sings for Blanche.

I had the chance to see them live at a very intimate show where there were only about twenty people watching and it didn't seem to phase them a bit.
PS. If you're going to use this link on your blog, at least mention my blog. I love you.


drosswilk said...

This is great. Thanks for link. I have never seen this one for sale.
I saw them once with the old keyboardist. He was amazing. Why don't more keyboardist play with both hands? Would love to know what happened to him; he didn't look too healthy.


thepsychicpilot said...

Here's his MySpace page:

Don't know what he's up to.

Lindsay said...

such a good album. and so hard to find! thanks!

eric said...

I have seen the Greenhornes many times, they are a great band. I'm not sure of the current status of the band, I'd love to see them live again. One of the very few bands who got the 60s garage vibe correct in a iive setting.

Music For Chameleons said...

Sounds great !
Thank you.