"The Greenhornes Loving in the Sun / Your body, not your soul.
Amazing. The version of Loving in the Sun (A side) is the garage rock stomper (as opposed to the laid back acoustic version you hear most often). But the B side is the real…"
"This is a really cool sound. Just listened to the 2nd song -- She Wants Me Dead -- thanks for posting to the cloud for all to hear and appreciate. And incidentally, two and a half minutes might just be the perfect song length.…"
"So it's good to hear that most agree the Exile was their best. Although Let it Bleed is right up there as far as I'm concerned.
Of their earlier stuff, definitely Aftermath and Between Buttons. And Out of Our Heads (if only b/c it has the…"
"Well if anyone has more than one copy, then i'll buy what Jason doesn't!!!
I'm actually a friend of Jason and we have both been looking for the early Greenhornes vinyl. We love the band and despite being from their hometown, we…"
"Theresa, Nashville is quite the town. I have a few friends and family living down there and whenever I visit I'm sure to take a side trip to Phono-Lux to load up on records. (Grimey's just didn't have the vinyl…"
"Theresa.... Sadly, I'm nowhere near NYC. Actually, I'm in Cincinnati, Ohio. (home of the Greenhornes). I've been listening to them since 2001 or so, but back then I generally bought only CDs. My turntable / records were in…"
Married (happily) with 3-year-old girl and 3-month-old boy. College educated. English / Journalism major. Worked for various newspapers, magazines and websites (Iowa, Kentucky, Ohio). Love music, movies, books and the Philadelphia Eagles. Still listen to punk, garage and indie rock (always will).
Favorite Music/Influences (list some bands, musicians, genres, etc.):
Punk, indie rock, rock n roll, garage, Northern Soul, folk, nuggets compilation series. Favorite bands: Clash, Pixies, Stiff Little Fingers, Kinks, Greenhornes, Fugazi, Red Fang, Rolling Stones, Ramones, Zombies, Beatles, rainer maria, the minutemen, Jawbreaker, Black Keys, AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Blueline Medic, Braid, Jeff the Brotherhood, Defiance Ohio, early Against Me!, Dismemberment Plan, Heartless Bastards, Newtown Neurotics, Grails
Pulp Fiction, Godfather I and II, Dr. Strangelove, History of the World Part I, Spaceballs, the Samuarai, Army of Shadows, Amelie, Fargo, Reservoir Dogs, Rushmore, Magnolia, Empire Strikes Back, Flirting, Raging Bull, Raiders of the Lost Arc, Army of Shadows, Army of Darkness, Battle of Algiers... so many more.
Reading, writing, watching NFL football and college basketball, playing basketball, hanging with my kids, hiking, kayaking, traveling, attending small rock shows in basements, clubs, abandoned house and occassionally an arena or amphitheater.
Favorite Show(s) on GaragePunk Pirate Radio:
Most of them. But I usually listen to music in my car, at work via i-tunes and at home in man cave via my Technics 1982 turntable.
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