Making Singles, Drinking Doubles

Making Singles, Drinking Doubles

     
 

A more conventional label would simply round up their greatest hits in recognition of their 100th release, but not the gang at Bloodshot, the Chicago-based indie behind the likes of Kelly Hogan and Neko Case. As suggested by the title, Making Singles, DrinkingSee more details below

Overview

A more conventional label would simply round up their greatest hits in recognition of their 100th release, but not the gang at Bloodshot, the Chicago-based indie behind the likes of Kelly Hogan and Neko Case. As suggested by the title, Making Singles, Drinking Doubles is a well-balanced collection of out-of-print singles and unreleased tracks. If the selections aren't necessarily their "biggest hits," they still represent a handy introduction to the country's premier alt-country label -- or insurgent country, as they would have it -- as well as a boon for the collector. Although there are no duds, there are some definite standouts: the Meat Purveyors' bluegrass-flavored "Madonna Trilogy" ("Like a Virgin," "Lucky Star," and "Burning Up"), Rex Hobart and the Misery Boys' twangy take on Poison's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn," and Ryan Adams' previously unreleased charmer "Goodbye Honey," and his acoustic version of "To Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High)." Although there are a few omissions, like Old 97's and Robbie Fulks, both are already represented by their own Bloodshot compilations of obscurities and rare tracks.

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Product Details

Release Date:
12/10/2002
Label:
Bloodshot Records
UPC:
0744302010021
catalogNumber:
20100
Rank:
186914

Tracks

  1. The Harder They Come
  2. 1, 000, 001
  3. Goodbye Honey  - Ryan Adams
  4. Lily White Mama and Jet Black Daddy  -  Andre Williams & 2 Star Tabernacle
  5. Complicated Games  -  Moonshine Willy
  6. The Madonna Trilogy
  7. Rated X
  8. Every Rose Has Its Thorn
  9. Little Sadie
  10. George Set Me Strait  -  Moonshine Willy
  11. Maggot Brain
  12. Hanky Panky Woman
  13. To Be Young (Is to Be Sad, Is to Be High)  - Ryan Adams
  14. Wasted Days and Wasted Nights
  15. It's Only Make Believe
  16. Ramblin' Man  -  Andre Williams & 2 Star Tabernacle
  17. Alone  -  Moonshine Willy
  18. Nashville Radio  - Jon Langford

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Brian Doherty   Drums
Sean Dean   Upright Bass
Phil Durr   Guitar,Guest Appearance
Steve Goulding   Drums
Damian Lang   Drums
Jon Langford   Guitar,Vocals
Tony Maimone   Bass
Rob Miller   Drums
Matthew Smith   Group Member
John Rice   Fiddle,Bazouki
Gillian Welch   Musician
Neko Case   Vocals
David Rawlings   Musician
Andrew Bird   Fiddle
Cherilyn DiMond   Vocals,Upright Bass
Ryan Adams   Musician
Andy Hopkins   Guitar,Background Vocals
Rex Hobart   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals
Bob McCreedy   Group Member
Jeff Oakes   Group Member
Pete Stiles   Mandolin
Jon Rauhouse   Pedal Steel Guitar,Guest Appearance
Daniel Henzerling   Drums,Guest Appearance
Dallas Good   Guitar,Vocals
Travis Good   Guitar,Electric Guitar
Tracy Dear   Mandolin,Vocals
Jesse Navarro   Drums,Guest Appearance
Solomon Hofer   Pedal Steel Guitar
Jonboy   Guitar,Vocals
Russell Ledford   Group Member
Mike Bulington   Drums
Kim Docter   Guitar
Chris Ganey   Drums
Tom V. Ray   Bass
T.C. Dobbs   Cymbals,Drums
Mike Sturgess   Bass
Mike Belitsky   Drums

Technical Credits

Andy Partridge   Composer
David Barbe   Producer,Engineer
Brian Deck   Producer,Engineer
Wayne Duncan   Composer
Freddy Fender   Composer
John Forbes   Contributor
Ethan Johns   Producer
Huey P. Meaux   Composer
Bret Michaels   Composer
Mark Schwarz   Producer,Engineer
Bobby Dall   Composer
Rikki Rockett   Composer
David Trumfio   Producer
Waco Brothers   Producer
Volebeats   Engineer
Moonshine Willy   Producer
David Rawlings   Composer
Chuck Uchida   Producer,Engineer
Dan Kroha   Producer
Mike Werner   Artwork
Meat Purveyors   Arranger
Sadies   Arranger
Ryan Adams   Composer,Instrumentation
Adam Nelson   Producer
Pete Stiles   Engineer
Jeff Meier   Engineer
Baldemar Huerta   Composer

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