Sunday, November 12, 2006

Long Hot Ride
Cowboy Mouth was a funny beast. Poised to be quite successful theoretically, they were swallowed by a group from New Orleans and never heard from again. Fronted by Roy Lichtenstein's son Dave (who owned a brownstone on King Street in the Village, which gives the whole "Livin' off the Land"-thing a somewhat
faux sheen,) they had been picked by Spin Magazine as indie band of the year. My friend Knut played the wonderfully eerie synths that wash over it all and famed producer Roger Moutenout was the original bass player. Anyway, here's one of my favorite songs off Cowboys & Indians.

Free Country

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