Now out! - new live Otis album, recorded at Glasgow
See "How Do We Do It? Volume!" below,...
Music and Video:
The Black Album - Black Liars
first solo album...
Lee Crenshaw and the Black Liars
London not Tennessee and How Do We Do It? Volume!
Nick Pynn Stuff
Black Liars Album T-Shirt - very
exclusive bespoke item...
here for MP3 Preview!
(1.13 MB, 1 min 25 sec)
Clips from Le Bal a Chataignier,
Game, Magnificent 4 and Cowboy Song
Track Listing (with writing credits):
Prison Blues (Johnny Cash)
2. Every Kind of Music But Country (Tim Carroll)
3. Little Buffalo (Fred Eaglesmith)
4. My Wife Thinks You're Dead (Junior Brown)
5. Le Bal a Chataignier (Trad.)
6. Bales of Cocaine (J Heath)
7. Orange Blossom Special (Rouse)
8. Magnificent 4 (Alvy Ronson)
9. Game (Orson Carson)
10. Everybody Loves Me (John Jennings)
11. F*** This Town (Robbie Fulks)
12. Cowboy Song (Orson Carson)
13. Can't Get You Outta My Head (Davies, Dennis) (Yes, the Kylie
Recorded in late 2002/early 2003, featuring the Liars playing the
instruments we all know them for, plus banjo, mandolin, and Dobro.
|So, if you are interested in getting a copy of the Black
Liars' solo album, please fill in this form. Click on the picture on
the left to see the full-size form (88K), print out that page and then fill it
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London not Tennessee
London, not Tennessee (now known as Otis Lee Crenshaw:Live
it seems), the DVD, Video and CD of am Otis Lee Crenshaw show recorded at the
Comedy Store in London.
Amazon are always changing their product codes, so please...
New!!! - How Do We Do It? Volume!
Recorded at the Cottier Theatre, Glasgow in early 2003
- called "How Do We Do It? Volume!" featuring such wonderful Liars
moments as the guitar and bass verses from "Like a Woman", the
close-harmony singing in "Walmart Home" and a stonking live version
of "Orange Blossom Special"! Also some great (and often very
funny) pictures of everyone in the sleeve.
For some reason, HDWDIV only seems to be available
from HMV at the moment.
Nick's latest compilation includes a piece called
"Poker Jack" which features, as a backing track to his
playing, a recording of Rich and the boys playing poker at a service
station on the M1 - see his website
for more details.
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