He's too shy to tell you himself, but our own podmaster Collin Wade Monk has a cut on the new solo album by Memphis music legend James Luther Dickinson
, a.k.a. Jim Dickinson—whose credits extend from the Stones' "Wild Horses" to producing Big Star's Sister Lovers
and the Replacements' Pleased to Meet Me
. Dickinson's taste in covers runs from art critic Dave Hickey to underground hero Bob Frank, so he's in good company. The record's called Jungle Jim & the Voodoo Tiger
, and it's Dickinson's third solo album in 34 years; you may recognize his backing band, sons Luther and Cody, as the North Mississippi Allstars, who used to back Collin back in the day. Cue up "Violin Bums"
and lower the lights.