Lazy Cowgirls: Radio Cowgirl

Track List

>Lose'n Your Mind
>Meat Shop
>Carbona Not Glue
>Know Your Product
>Slow Down
>Mr. Screwdriver
>Goddamn Bottle
>Bullshit Summer Song
>Green Acres
>Heartache
>You're Gonna Miss Me
>Long Goodbye, The
>Who Are the Mystery Girls?
>Crazy Arms
>Intellectual Baby
>Wayward Wind, The
>This Is Where I Belong
>Drugs II
>Repeat After Me

Album Reviews:

Alternative Press (7/95, p.95) - Rated #73 in AP's list of the `Top 99 Of '85-'95' - "...Combining Ramones velocity with guitar-smashing blue-collar rage wihcih somehow avoids mindlessness, the Cowgirls hit their brickwall with this live assault, which may [be] the '80s punk's METALLIC K.O...."

Album Notes

Lazy Cowgirls: Allen Clark (vocals, drums); D.D. Weekday (guitar); Keith Telligman (bass guitar); Pat Todd.

Personnel: Leonard Keringer, Pat Todd (vocals); D.D. Weekday (guitar).

Recording information: KCSB, Santa Barbara, CA; Present Time Studios, Burbank, CA.

Introduction by: Bill McCarter.

The Lazy Cowgirls have made more than their share of brilliant records, but their real strength is as a live act, and this album, which preserves on plastic a typically high-powered live set the band played at KCSB-FM in Santa Barbara, California, offers all the evidence you need to encourage a right-minded rock fan to witness the Cowgirls experience up-close and in-person. A promo spot advertising the broadcast that kicks off this album proclaims that the Lazy Cowgirls will play "loud, fast, hard rock & roll music," and it's hard to disagree. There are a few sloppy moments here and there (be warned: this is real rock & roll, where not everything is supposed to be perfect), and the sound is a bit thin (like the unretouched two-track recording it is), but all four Cowgirls are clearly audible and pouring their heart and soul into every moment of the show (even on the joke cover of the theme from Green Acres). Besides, how many bands can cover the Ramones and the Saints alongside Larry Williams and Jim Reeves and actually do justice to all of 'em? Radio Cowgirl was the first release from Sympathy for the Record Industry, and it's difficult to think of many better ways to get into the music business; the CD edition is even better, tacking on eight hard to find studio tracks as a bonus. ~ Mark Deming



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