I Oughtta Give You a Shot in the Head for Making Me Live in This Dump

I Oughtta Give You a Shot in the Head for Making Me Live in This Dump

by Shivaree


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Product Details

Release Date: 10/19/1999
Label: Capitol
UPC: 0724383824625
catalogNumber: 38246
Rank: 64207

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Shivaree   Primary Artist
Jim Keltner   Snare Drums
Sharon Celani   Background Vocals
Gia Ciambotti   Background Vocals
Danny Frankel   Percussion
Phil Hernandez   Percussion
Greg Leisz   Lap Steel Guitar
Duke McVinnie   Bass,Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals
Joey Waronker   Snare Drums
Mickey Petralia   Drum Loop
Sara P. Smith   Trombone
Danny McGough   Organ,Synthesizer,Keyboards,Turntables,Vocals,Noise,Snare Drums,Ring Modulator
Ambrosia Parsley   Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Joe Henry   Producer,Engineer
Martin Brumbach   Engineer
Tony Mangurian   Producer,Engineer
Danny McGough   Producer,Engineer
Ambrosia Parsley   Contributor

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I Oughtta Give You a Shot in the Head for Making Me Live in This Dump 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found out about this band when they opened for the Wild Colonials a few months ago. I bought the CD that night and it stayed in my CD player for months. I'm so drawn in by Ambrosia's vocals and the CDs clever lyrics. There is something celestial yet haunted about this music where each song takes on it's own mysterious, soulful, sweet, moody theme. This is easy to understand alternative rock from a soulful and somewhat bad-a** breaking-in to the scene Hollywood diva. As a live performance the band is no longer just Ambrosia. Her sweet melodic voice and simple beauty are contrasted with sharp, loud, disjointed, fantastical ingredients from the group. The juxtaposition of the sweet and the harsh create surprises and curiosity. There's a mambo on the record, my favorite track, called 'Goodnight Moon' that they played on KCRW (NPR) the other day. I am so glad to hear this talented band getting air play on one of the most eclectic and respected radio stations in the nation. Good luck to the group.