Tracklist: 1. It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry, 8/31/99, BBC Radio 1 2. Like A Rolling Stone, 10/13/89, Maxwell’s (Robert Vickers on bass) 3. I Threw It All Away, 2/17/11, Triple Door, Seattle, WA 4. One More Night, 12/6/02, Maxwell’s 5. I Wanna Be Your Lover, 12/6/07, Maxwell’s (with various dB’s) 6. Sooner or Later (One Of Us Must Know), 12/3/10 Maxwell’s (with Jeff Tweedy) 7. Wanted Man, 3/8/97, WFMU 8. Wallflower, 9/15/98, Maxwell’s (with Dave Schramm) 9. Absolutely Sweet Marie, 12/26/08, Maxwell’s (with Cyril Jordan) 10. 4th Time Around, 11/7/07, Beacon Theatre, NYC (with Terry Adams and Buckwheat Zydeco) 11. I’ll Keep It With Mine, 12/30/05, Maxwell’s (with David Mansfield) ***Bonus*** 12. You’re A Big Girl Now, 12/26/08, Maxwell’s (Lambchop, with James McNew on bass)
Tracks: 1. Trust - Sulk 2. Eight and a Half - Go Ego 3. Gold & Youth - Time To Kill 4. Bishop Morocco - Old Boys 5. Zulu Winter - We Should Be Swimming 6. Antoine Reverb - Memory Interrupted 7. Dan Mangan - Post-War Blues 8. Cold Specks - Holland 9. Molly Rankin - Tricky Fellows 10. Parlovr - Holding On To Something 11. Bam Bam - Hipnódromo 12. The Darcys - Peg 13. Uncle Bad Touch - I Wanna Love You 14. Zeus - Are You Gonna' Waste My Time?
ADULTS began as a Kids tribute band. Kids being one of Belgium's earliest and best punk bands. They have since morphed into their own thing and now play their own songs.
They are somewhat of a Baltimore supergroup - comprised of members of The Fuses, Lo Moda, Slow Jets, and Deep Sleep.
Greg (Slow Jets, Mean Spirits, Roads to Space Travel) - lead vocal/guitar Christian (Uniform, Fascist Fascist, Lo Moda) - 2nd guitar Pete (Fuses, Jubilee Gourd Banjo Company) - bass Lee (Fuses, Thumbs, Deep Sleep, etc.) - drums
Sharon Van Etten's new album is Tramp. And it features a guest appearance by Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner.
Pitchfork score: 7.9
"...Matters of mistrust, isolation, and uncomfortable togetherness dominate Tramp, rolling through every track like a sick, creeping fog. Maybe Van Etten is still nursing the psychic wounds carved into her by that one Tennessee boyfriend, or maybe it's something else; either way, she sounds, at last, good and angry and ready to put up a fight. ..." -Rachael Maddux
The lineup on this single: Reesa - vocals, farfisa organ, guitar Cherie Rumbol - vocals, hofner bass Larry - guitars Bob Z. - percussion
This single came out in 1980 on Music For Moderns.
Reesa and the Rooters are a Philadelphia-area new wave band who started playin back in the early 1980s. Although there have been some lineup changes, and MS has confined Reese to a power chair, the band still continues to play.
Reesa also runs the site relivethe80s.com which documents the '80s Philly original music scene.