* Tangle by Thinking Fellers Union Local 282. This band truly is one of the major lost gems of the ’90s, one of the most unjustly overlooked groups of their era. And this album (their second) is so overlooked, I overlooked it myself. For some reason I thought I had all their albums. Somehow I never had this one until now.
*Git High Tonite! by Bloodshot Bill. He’s a one-man rockabilly band from Montreal. He’s a crony of both King Khan and BBQ, and allegedly even has his own brand of hair gel called “Nice ‘n’ Greasy,” and — like me — he’s a major Roger Miller fan. Sometimes you can hear it in his voice.
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* Rosco’s Rhythm by Rosco Gordon. You gotta love eMusic. Believe it or not, this, album is classified as “electronic experimental.”