SOMETIMES GOOD WEATHER FOLLOWS BAD PEOPLE Vinyl Record
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Double vinyl LP pressing. Sometimes Good Weather Follows Bad People collected Califone's first two self-titled EPs, recapturing the band at the most reserved, tentative, and exploratory phase of it's career. The 1998 material, particularly highlights like "Red Food Old Heat," lumbered with magnificent reality but rarely sounded obsessed over it's own neuroses. Elsewhere, "Dock Boggs," "Electric Fence," and "Beneath the Yachtsman" from 2000 reminded listeners just how well Califone could flow through stained folk and approximate Grandaddy's "He's Simple, He's Dumb, He's the Pilot" or a post-punk Red House Painters. Regrettably, the disc's two bonus tracks, the wobbly "When the Snakehandlers Slips" and an unedited version of "To Hush a Sick Transmission," would offer little excitement for longtime fans.
On the Steeple With the Shakes (X-Mas Tigers)
To Hush a Sick Transmission
Red Food Old Heat
Down Eisenhower Sun Up With Mule
To Hush a Sick Transmission [Unedited]
When the Snakehandler Slips
St. Martha Let It Fold
Beneath the Yachtsman
Don't Let Me Die Nervous
Pastry Sharp (Download)
A Horse-Sized Pill
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.