Lambchop – Aw C’mon / No You C’mon

From the prolific, inspirational and talented minds of the mass ensemble known as Lambchop, comes not one, but two brilliant albums. This, largely underground, group of innovators and traditionalists had an explosion of productivity in the studio and decided to release the fruits of their endeavour as a double album. The album spans rock and roll, light and bright summer tunes along with sounds that seem to originate in the 30’s or 40’s. The soulfully deep, gravely and kind vocals of (singer and songwriter) Kurt Wagner croon though the beautifully written and touchingly observed reflections contained within these tracks. The delicate strings, slide guitar, piano and the plethora of additional instruments Lambchop use, all come through in richly seasoned precision.

Lambchop have always been a class act, and continue to amaze with every release but “Aw C’mon” and “No You C’mon” must easily be their finest yet.

Lambchop will be touring the UK in March.

  • 22Mar BRIGHTON Dome w/- DAFO String Quartet
  • 23Mar LONDON Shepherds Bush Empire w/- DAFO String Quartet
  • 24Mar SHEFFIELD City Hall
  • 25Mar SALFORD Lowry
  • 26Mar EDINBURGH Queens Hall
  • 27Mar YORK Barbican
  • 28Mar DUBLIN Gaiety
  • 17Apr HIGH WYCOMBE The Swan Theatre
  • 18Apr COVENTRY Warwick Arts Centre
  • 19Apr BATH Pavilion

Label : City Slang

Release Date : 9 February 2003

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Tracklisting – Aw C’mon

  • Being Tyler
  • Four Pounds In Two Days
  • Steve McQueen
  • The Lone Official
  • Something’s Going On
  • Nothing But A Blur From A Bullet Train
  • Each Time I Bring It Up It Seems To Bring You Down
  • Timothy B. Schmidt
  • Women Help To Create The Kind Of Men They Despise
  • I Hate Candy
  • I Haven’t Heard A Word I’ve Said
  • Action Figure

Tracklisting – No You C’mon

  • Sunrise
  • Low Ambition
  • There Is Still Time
  • Nothing Adventurous Please
  • The Problem
  • Shang A Dang Dang
  • About My Lighter
  • Under A Dream Of A Lie
  • Jan.24
  • The Gusher
  • Listen
  • The Producer

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