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Performer: The Gun Club
Title: Mother Juno
Country: UK
Released: 2006
Style: Blues Rock, Garage Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.9 ✦
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Bill Bailey 3:40
1-2 Thunderhead 3:27
1-3 Lupita Screams 3:12
1-4 Yellow Eyes
Guitar [Inexplicable Guitarist] – Blixa Bargeld
6:29
1-5 The Breaking Hands
Lead Guitar – Romi Mori
4:12
1-6 Araby 2:58
1-7 Hearts 3:59
1-8 My Cousin Kim 2:46
1-9 Port Of Souls 4:49
1-10 Crab Dance 2:56
1-11 Nobody's City 4:06
1-12 Breaking Hands [12" Version]
Lead Guitar – Romi MoriRemix – Robin Guthrie
4:15
2-1 Port Of Souls 5:24
2-2 Araby 3:04
2-3 Lupita Screams 3:16
2-4 Funky Junkie [Yellow Eyes]
Guitar [Inexplicable Guitarist] – Blixa Bargeld
6:39
2-5 Hearts 4:12
2-6 Bill Bailey 3:43
2-7 Sleepy Time Blues [Nobody's City] 4:14
2-8 My Cousin Kim 2:44
2-9 Thunderhead 3:32
2-10 Breaking Hands
Lead Guitar – Romi Mori
4:32
2-11 Crab Dance 3:04
2-12 Country One 3:08

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Hansa Tonstudios
  • Mixed At – Compass Point Studios
  • Remixed At – The Town House
  • Remixed At – Custom Recording
  • Remastered At – Custom Recording

Credits

  • Bass – Romi Mori
  • Drums – Nick Sanderson
  • Engineer – Lincoln Fong
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Andre Griere*
  • Guitar, Slide Guitar, Other [Feed Back] – Kid Congo Powers
  • Producer – Robin Guthrie (tracks: 1-1 to 1-12)
  • Remastered By – Peer Rave
  • Remastered By [Assistant] – Gene Temesy
  • Remix – Peer Rave (tracks: 2-1 to 2-12)
  • Remix [Assistant] – Gene Temesy (tracks: 2-1 to 2-12)
  • Vocals, Guitar, Whistle – Jeffrey Lee Pierce
  • Written-By – Jeffrey Lee Pierce

Notes

2 CD jewel box housed in a cardboard sleeve. Includes a foldout poster.

Updated re-release of Mother Juno (#3 in the "9 Lives" series) containing bonus tracks (1-10 to 1-12) and a bonus disc with "The Berlin Tapes", consisting of unreleased versions.

9 Lives is a project of the Dutch record company Flow Records. Each edition is part of a compilation series of 9 CDs of Jeffrey Lee Pierce-The Gun Club, and contains remastered and remixed versions of recordings exclusive to these reissues. To most of the re-releases in the series, unique bonus material [studio, live and outtakes] has been added.

Recorded at Hansaton Studios, Berlin
Breaking Hands [12" Version] remixed at The Town House, London
Remastered at Custom Recording Studios, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Disc 1 mixed at Compass Point, Bahamas
Disc 2 remastered and remixed at Custom Recording Studios, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 713606 910865
  • Barcode (Scanned): 8713606910865

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RED LP 84, RED LP84 The Gun Club Mother Juno ‎(LP, Album) Red Rhino Records, Red Rhino Records RED LP 84, RED LP84 UK 1987
65 99696 2 The Gun Club Mother Juno ‎(CD, Album, RM) 2.13.61 Records, Buddha Records 65 99696 2 US 2000
COOKCD698 The Gun Club Mother Juno ‎(CD, Album, RE) Cooking Vinyl COOKCD698 Europe 2018
SF 70 The Gun Club Mother Juno ‎(LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl) What's So Funny About.. SF 70 Germany 1987
RED LP 84, RED LP84 The Gun Club Mother Juno ‎(LP, Album) Red Rhino Records, Red Rhino Records RED LP 84, RED LP84 UK 1987


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In 1987, American cowpunk band The Gun Club covered Bill Bailey as part of their album Mother Juno. Parodist Allan Sherman recorded a parody of this song on his 1963 album My Son, the Celebrity, entitled "Won't You Come Home Disraeli?" In the "The Happy Household" episode of The Flintstones, first aired February 23, 1962, Wilma Flintstone belts out a portion of the song while auditioning for "The Happy Housewife" TV cooking show.

Miami is the second studio album by punk blues group The Gun Club, released in 1982. It was released on Blondie guitarist Chris Stein's label, Animal Records. Stein also produced the album. Debbie Harry appears as a backing singer on various tracks on the album under the pseudonym ". Laurence J. The album front cover photograph doesn't include Rob Ritter who had already left the band. Before leaving the band, Ritter first taught all his bass-lines to his ex-Bags bandmate Patricia Morrison.

Altri album di The Gun Club. The Life and Times of Jeffrey Lee Pierce and the Gun Club. Da Blood Done Signed My Name.

Band Name The Gun Club. Album Name Mother Juno. Labels Red Rhino Records. Members owning this album0.

Mother Juno, the result, is a polished album that's both sobering and sober. Mother Juno is thought by many to be the last important and extremely essential Gun Club release. Originally released in the US in 1996. Produced in Berlin by Robin Guthrie (from the Cocteau Twins) the fourth Gun Club album shows a much mature Jeffrey Lee Pierce. The violent and raw sides of "Fire Of Love" are over and the readings of american musics history from "Miami" and "Las Vegas Story" are behind him, so now the leader of the Gun Club can be more focus on his own way of thinking the music. Here, the songs are intense, sad and beautiful. It could be the soundtrack of a Cormac McCarthy novel written by Chet Baker (why not?).

Mother Juno was released October 17, 1987 on Red Rhino Records. It was produced by Robin Guthrie of the Cocteau Twins. The Gun Club lineup at the time was Jeffrey Lee Pierce, Kid Congo Powers, Romi Mori, and Nick Sanderson. Mother Juno Q&A. Producers Robin Guthrie. Writers Jeffrey Lee Pierce. More The Gun Club albums.

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Mother Juno is a 1987 album released by The Gun Club. Yellow Eyes" was originally entitled "Funky Junkie"; "Nobody's City" was originally "Sleepy Times Blues". The original recordings of Mother Juno were released as Mother Berlin in 2015 on Bang! Records containing an additional track, "Country One". The cover used a painting by Claus Castenskiold, the Danish-born painter. All tracks composed by Jeffrey Lee Pierce.

Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741