Loudon Wainwright III - Here Come The Choppers! download album
Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, 5-String Banjo – Loudon Wainwright III (tracks: All). Jewel case 12 pages booklet. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.
Here come the choppers, just when we thought We were safe in our houses and we couldn’t get caught The choppers are back, they were gone for a while But now we’re under attack in the Miracle Mile. Read us our rights, we’re the criminal faction Hit by the lights and caught in the action Our entire performance is captured on tape Knocking over our garbage as we try to escape.
Here Come the Choppers is a 2005 album by Loudon Wainwright III. The title track is an acerbic and blackly humorous reference to the Iraq War, reset in southern California's Miracle Mile. The inspectors found nothing That’s just not right Whole Foods and Kmart Are targets tonight".
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Here Come the Choppers is another collection of witty, acerbic tunes about ancestry, death, the perverse state of the nation and its culture, love and loss, and of course the whirring birds of the . Wainwright is accompanied here by guitarist Bill Frisell, bassist David Piltch, drummer Jim Keltner, and pedal and lap steel master Greg Leisz, who also plays mandolin and electric guitar on the set. This is the same band that played with Frisell on his stellar Good Dog, Happy Man album. But don't expect much of the pastoral, open sky mellowness with Wainwright up-front.
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Here Come the Choppers, a title which could hint of pastiche considering his three episodes on the Korean War comedy series, is the herald of the return of a songwriting master, proving to the world from whence came his kids’ talent.
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Tracklistings come from MusicBrainz. org Like some neo-folky version of the Von Trapps, the Wainwright dynasty are everywhere at the moment. Young Rufus populates the style mags, sister Martha has just released her solo debut and mother Kate McGarrigle is back with Auntie Anna, singing Quebecois folk songs. But, literally and metaphorically, Loudon's still the daddy, and his 21st album finds him on typically acerbic and wittily literate form. Throughout, he's ably abetted by a crack team of session musicians, including ace jazzer Bill Frisell on guitar and Jim Keltner on drums.
|1||My Biggest Fan||6:01|
|2||No Sure Way||5:29|
|3||Had To Be Her||5:02|
|4||Hank And Fred||4:55|
|6||To Be On TV||4:03|
|8||Make Your Mother Mad||4:06|
|9||When You Leave|
|11||Here Come The Choppers||6:41|
- Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass – David Piltch (tracks: All)
- Drums – Jim Keltner (tracks: All)
- Electric Guitar – Bill Frisell (tracks: All)
- Lap Steel Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar, Mandolin, Electric Guitar – Greg Leisz (tracks: All)
- Organ – Chris Gestrin (tracks: 3, 8,)
- Vocals – Coco Love Alcorn (tracks: 3, 4,)
- Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, 5-String Banjo – Loudon Wainwright III (tracks: All)
NotesJewel case 12 pages booklet.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed ): 0 805772 409026
- Barcode (Scanned): 0805772409026
|SOV 1958||Loudon Wainwright III||Here Come The Choppers! (CD, Album)||Sovereign Artists||SOV 1958||US||2005|