Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Get the bug and burn
J. Mcleay | 01/10/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This cd is for people who are fans of tav falco's early recordings. These sessions date back to 1980 at Sam Phillips recording studio in Memphis featuring Alex Chilton, Ron Miller, Ross Johnson and Memphis legend Jim Dickinson. This cd has much of the sloppy untamed art damage rock-a-billy, rythm and blues, as their five star debut album "Behind the Magnolia Curtain". There is early versions of "Come on Litte Mama she's the One that's got it" and "Bourgeois Blues", not as good as the Magnolia versions but enjoyable to say the least. Also you get to hear "Big Road Blues" and "Doubtful of Your Love" stripped back in their original form. There is Johnny Burnette's "Train kept a Rolling" & a rip roaring version of Sonny Burgess's "Red Headed Woman". Other higlights are "The Bug" which is an infectious rock-a-billy dance number that will leave you begging for more. Towards the end of this cd the song leans more towards the folk blues side of the Panther Burns Sound, with unreleased gems such as "BULLCOW BLUES" .JOHN MCLEAY just to note actual record order differs from tracklist printed on cd."