Monday, October 20, 2008

Euros Childs Recorded His New Album, Cheer Gone, in Nashville

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But it's not a country record. On the other hand, it possesses certain qualities, which upon further consideration could be considered to somewhat embody a notion that borders on elements partially known or unknown to be country:
“Cheer Gone” isn’t a country record. It was recorded in Nashville because I like the sound of Mark Nevers’ records. If he had been recording in Port Talbot we would have gone there to record. Having said that the album does feature some fine Nashville musicians who have been known to play in the country style: Chris Scruggs who played some lap steel and acoustic guitar, Jamey Lampkins who plucked the banjo, veteran session fiddle player Glen Duncan and Matt Swanson of Lambchop who played bass on ‘Saving up to get married’.
You may know Euros Childs not only as a solo artists but also as a member of the band Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, the best-named band ever. (Terrorist fist jab: The Line of Best Fit.)

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