Adam's House Cat - Town Burned Down album
Town Burned Down, the sole lost album from Adam’s House Cat that’s now being released for the first time, lays bare the band’s many influences. The 1990 LP offers a revealing glimpse into the type of music–primarily reverb heavy college rock–Cooley and Hood were most infatuated with as young twentysomething’s (Cooley was 19, and Hood, 21, when Adam’s House Cat band formed in 1985). The specter of bands like . late-period Replacements, and even Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers loom large on Town Burned Down, which today sounds like a long-lost scrappy southern indie staple.
1991 saw Adam’s House Cat struggling to both fund their album’s completion and simply stay together. Hood tracked his lead vocals in on the same January night in which George . Bush began Operation Desert Storm. Backing vocals and minimal overdubs were added that winter and though Hood was not entirely thrilled with his vocal performances, by spring, Melton had begun mixing the raw recordings. The final mixes were later mastered at Sterling Sound in Edgewater, NJ by longtime DBT collaborator Greg Calbi. TOWN BURNED DOWN can at last be properly heard the way Adam’s House Cat always wanted it to be heard, its raw soul and boisterous enthusiasm already hinting at what was yet to come.
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|2||Town Burned Down|
|4||Down On Me|
|5||6 O'Clock Train|
|8||Love Really Sucks|
|9||Kiss My Baby|
|10||Shot Rang Out|
|11||Long Time Ago|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ATO Records, LLC
- Copyright (c) – ATO Records, LLC
- Recorded At – Muscle Shoals Sound Studios
- Recorded At – Chase Park Transduction
- Mixed At – Chase Park Transduction
- Backing Vocals – Chris Quillen (tracks: 11)
- Bass, Backing Vocals – John Cahoon
- Design, Layout – Lilla Hood
- Drums – Chuck Tremblay
- Guitar, Backing Vocals – Mike Cooley
- Guitar, Lead Vocals, Lyrics By, Liner Notes – Patterson Hood
- Mixed By [and Restoration], Mixed By [New lead vocals] – David Barbe
- Music By, Producer – Adam's House Cat
- Other [Archival help and personal assistance] – Jenn Bryant
- Photography [Cover, Hotel Grant fire Summer 1991] – Shannon Wells
- Photography By [all other band photographs] – Patrick Hood
- Photography By [Reunion] – Jason Thrasher
- Producer, Engineer – Steve Melton
- Remastered By – Greg Calbi
- Voice [Participation in fighting couple section] – April Lynn (tracks: 8)
NotesPresented in a card gatefold digisleeve package.
Package includes 20 page booklet featuring "liner notes" by Patterson Hood (giving a history of Adam's House Cat and the genesis of this album), photographs and credits.
A catalogue number 0882332921 is printed on the inside (back) page of the booklet, on the CD face and on the post production sticker that some copies have atached to the shrinkwrap - this sticker also provides the Greg Calbi Remastering credit source.
The package does not have a Label Code or Rights Society for the album printed on the digisleeve, booklet or on the CD face.
BMI is given for Song Rights as quoted (in Notes below) from the credits page.
These songs written 1984 – 1990, mostly in Florence, Alabama.
All songs © Mt. St. Helen Keller Music Music / Words and Music International (BMI) except “Lookout Mountain” and “Buttholeville”
© Soul Dump Music / Words and Music International (BMI)
Some copies of this release include a post production autographed page on the booklet.
Adam’s House Cat (1985 – 1991)
Mike Cooley - Guitars and B. Vocals
Patterson Hood - Guitars and Lead Vocals
Chuck Tremblay - Drums
John Cahoon - Bass and B. Vocals
Basic Instrumental Tracks Recorded Live, upstairs in the cavernous big rooms (21' ceilings, hardwood floors and plaster walls) in the former Naval Reserve Building that housed Muscle Shoals Sound Studios on November 25th, 1990.
New lead vocals and mixes made at Chase Park Transduction Studios in Athens, Georgia. No modifications were made whatsoever in the original instrumental tracks of the album. All new lead vocals were done in a couple of hours, mostly 1-2 takes each on February 12, 2018. Mixes by David Barbe on April 16 – 18, 2018.
Dedicated to the memories of John Cahoon, Chris Quillen, Lilla Ruth “Sissy” Patterson and George A. Johnson.
THANKS: David Barbe, Brad Morgan, Jay Gonzalez, Bobby Matt Patton, the DBT Family; Kevin Morris, Christine Stauder, Jon Salter and everyone at ATO Records, Rebecca, Ava and Emmett Hood, Ansley, Ross, Lucas and Delilah Cooley; Dick Cooper, David Hood, Judy Hood, Steve Melton, John Cahoon’s Family, Ray and Patricia Cahoon, Kathryn Meert; Barbara Kling RIP, Chuck’s Aunt Marge Lackaye RIP, Martha Rezack, Robb and Christina Root; Jenn Bryant, Patrick Hood, Shannon Wells, Jason Thrasher, Greg Calbi, Soul Dump Records, Lilla Hood, Shannon Wells, Shannen Davis, T. Cole Taylor, Henry Barbe, Jan Adams and Cooley’s Uncle Ed RIP.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 8 80882 33292 1
- Barcode (Scanned): 880882332921
- Other: 0882332921
- Matrix / Runout: 0882332921 02 0001
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L247
- Mould SID Code: IFPI KKR3
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