Q: How do you follow-up a four-song 7”?
A: With a two-song full-length.
One song per side, this radio-format-challenged record will come out January 22, 2013 on Chaperone Records. Side A “Can’t Walk Out” is the crown jewel of recent RGC live shows with it’s repetitive, building, almost free, freakout – so far, probably the most accurate recording of what the band brings to the stage. Side B “Seven” sees the more sprawling side of the band – haunting, epic, and enhanced throughout by guest guitarist Nels Cline. These songs were tracked live, playing together in the same room, one take each.
A friend of mine used to play Frank Zappa’s “Uncle Meat” at 16 rpm all the time. How do you recover from that?
stay warm – Alan Sparhawk
Retribution Gospel Choir will be on the road in February in support of this new release. Information regarding all tour dates is available here.
December 20 – Turf Club – St. Paul, MN – Buy Tickets
February 9 – Schuba’s Tavern – Chicago, IL – Buy Tickets
*February 12 – Knitting Factory – Brooklyn, NY – Buy Tickets
February 13 – BAR – New Haven, CT – Free Show
February 14 – DC9 – Washington, DC – Buy Tickets
February 15 – Beachland Tavern – Cleveland, OH – Buy Tickets
February 16 – Cactus Club – Milwaukee, WI – Buy Tickets
*co-bill with Nels Cline’s BB&C, Nightlands (War on Drugs’ Dave Hartley) opens
Buy 3 at iTunes here.
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