Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Monkeywrench's Tim Kerr Unveils Top Ten


As if it hasn't been long enough (almost 8 years, to be exact), we're proud to announce the return of Monkeywrench with a new studio album, Gabriel's Horn (Birdman). Featuring Mudhoney's Mark Arm and Steve Turner, plus The Big Boys' Tim Kerr, this supergroup's return has been long overdue. In honor of the album's February 25 release, we enlisted guitarist Kerr to bestow everyone with the top ten records that helped inspire the bounty that is Gabriel's Horn. Be on the lookout for more details and exclusive content soon.

John ColtraneImpressions
I want this played at my funeral, actually this whole list and an Irish/oldtime wake would be reslly great!

John MartinSpencer The Rover
Really great and really sad.

Aaron CoplandPiano Blues
Love his chords and fanfare for the Common Man as well,

Otha TurnerSittin On Top Of The World
A joyful noise indeed!

James KeaneFoxhunters Reel
James has a really great story about this tune and he has become a great friend. If you ever get the chance to see him, go.

VernacularThe Blood
This is Lawrence singing.He plays bass in This Moment In Black History. What an amazing voice!

Iris DementPretty Saro
This version is off the SongCatcher soundtrack.

Tommy Jarrell and Fred CockerhamSugarhill
We play this tune most Tuesdays at RioRitas and my friend Michael belts out the words...always makes me smile.

Sun RaSpaceways
I really like all the stuff with June Tyson singing.

FugaziWaiting Room
So dead on!

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