The Perm & The Skullet is a non-profit music blog devoted to bringing you music of all kinds.
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Tuesday, December 06, 2005
The Mountain Goats: Jack & Faye 7"
Jack & Faye 7"
About the Jack & Faye 7" from John:
"Jack and Faye was to have been a 7" containing the final recordings by theMountain Goats of the Sweden/Nine Black Poppies/Nothing for Juice era. There were multiple delays. At one point there was finished artwork. Then there were more delays. Eventually history staked its claim on these recordings and it was almost as though they never even existed at all.
The songs themselves were recorded in December of 1995 and January of 1996 in Chicago, Illinois and San Dimas, California. John and Rachel considered them some of their best work and were especially fond of "Raid on Entebbe." Time has given them a somewhat melancholy air. We hope you enjoy them."
Above from Mountaingoats.net. Enjoy...
Raid on Entebbe
An Inscription at Salonae
There Will Always Be An Ireland
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