What time is it? It's Tyme for a new take on things! Here's a different take on the Freedom's Goblin album-opener (and live fave) "Fanny Dog"! Recorded with Boo Mitchell in Memphis at Royal Studios, the chooglin' groove, dancing barrelhouse piano and fat horns on this version send a 'specially warm, soulful vibration out to the listener in you everywhere! Album lovers and neophytes alike are advised - give "Fanny Dog" a walk - she'll love you for it!
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These sessions capture perfectly the energy and "nowness" of a frenetic live show and don't sacrifice any of the sonic fidelity that has distinguished Fuzz from so many of its garage rock/blues-rock peers. Essential to any Fuzz fan or Ty Segall completionist. thepirc
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Me and my friend used to go on drives all the time, and a lot of the time i asked what he was playing, and a majority of the songs were from Yo La Tengo. And since i went and listened to And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out i was fan. Never thought i’d buy one of their records for myself. violetstain