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Shrimp Boat



Label: AUM Fidelity
Released: 2005
Track listing: Planter's Song; Seven Crows; Melon Song; Greenhouse; Shady Grove; Lemmings Leap; An Orchid Is Not A Rose; Triangle Song; Green Island; Speckly; Houston Tower; Drought Of '43; Hyatt Ridge Circle Dance; Country Wagon.


Something Grand

Label: AUM Fidelity
Released: 2005
Track listing: Rocks Are Oil; Born In A Sour; Bumble Bees; Collecting Me; Only Making Fools; Shimmy Shimmy Shimmy; Mimi; Sourwood Mountain; Melon Song; Pillars Pond; Can You Spare Some Change; I Can't Wait I Cannot; Married In A Fever; Welcome To The Way It Is; Basin Slip; Ollie's Song; 65; Hey Buddy, What's Wrong; The Light Between Your Knees; Watched Pot; Heart Of The City; London Dew; Wonderful Wonderful; Warzone; You Are My Flower; Sanchez River; Charm Lost; How Sweet She Was; Anna E; Medea Rising; She Ra; Kickball; Fuzzy Tremelo; Limerick Dub; Honeyside; Those Hookers; Truck; Steam; Motorcade; Slave Reel; Shoes; Well, I Love My Baby; I Don't Mind The Bums; Weeping Into A Pond; Shrimpcore; I Loves You, Porgy; When My Hand Is On The Wheel; Drought Of '43; Columbo; Mudpin; The Sultan's Eyes; 44; As A Salt Lick Block; Beanfield; Boots Of Spanish Candy; Medullary Pinata; Brown-Eyed Western Radio; Greek Song; Early Settlers; Hello Stranger; Here Comes Your Ride; Snowcloud; Western Plains; Seen This Mexico; Those Were The Days; /// !!! ///; Man Alive (Reprise); Intro To Man Alive.


Article: Album Review

Shrimp Boat: Something Grand

Read "Something Grand" reviewed by Chris May

Chances are, unless you noticed AUM Fidelity's recent re-release of the '89 album Speckly, Shrimp Boat may be a mystery to you. The band shone brightly during the late '80s and early '90s on Chicago's art rock scene, before drifting apart in '93. And there they might have stayed, a more or less forgotten footnote in ...


Article: Album Review

Shrimp Boat: Speckly

Read "Speckly" reviewed by Chris May

An almost-lost masterpiece of American songwriting, first released in '89 out of Chicago in a limited edition of a thousand vinyl copies, and otherwise unknown and unavailable until this CD edition, Speckly is on the face of it a strange album for AUM Fidelity to release. Not only is it a reissue, but it is in ...



Label: 33 Jazz
Released: 1992


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