The Liner/Sleeve Notes:
Flipping through a record bin, and you stop you a cover with a redneck, a guy who looks like he could costar along Bronson Pinchot in “Perfect Strangers” and then Marv from “Home Alone” – are you really going to pass that up? The bands name is Holy Cow and their logo is a cow with a halo. You’re not gonna pass this one up.
So, the A-Side of this 12″ EP is “Alligator Man” and it comes out as a pop country EP – and it’s pretty good, Jack Terrell has great vocals, and the musicianship on this one is pretty great. There is even accordian on this song, all in all, a great open to this EP. Next up is “Baby’s Gone” which comes off as more of a slow style country track, but it’s really good. Jack’s vocals have that young sound to them, like a developing country star. I got to say, the musicianship on this one track is absolutely amazing, some of the best country backing music.
The B-Side opens with “Here I Come” and if I am correct, this song is most likely sung by Wayne Brewster, and it has more of a pop, maybe New Wave type of sound? It’s a good song, not a bad EP so far. I’m rather enjoying it. Next up we go onto “3 to Get Ready” and this one has that southern rock so to it, so it’s pretty good. I’m liking everything on this so far. Overall, it’s actually pretty decent and enjoyable.
A1 – Alligator Man
A2 – Baby’s Gone
B1 – Here I Come
B2 – 3 to Get Ready
Blue Elf Records
Studio Musicians & Other Album Credits:
Drums, Vocals & Acoustic 12-String – Wayne Brewster
Lead Vocals & Electric Guitar – Jack Terrell
Bass – Hans Brede
Accordian – Alan Hand
Pedal Steel – Ron Sodos
Produced by Jack Terrell & Wayne Brewster
Recorded at Kludgit Sound, NM
Engineers – Baird Banner & Joseph Schlick
Photography – Mary C. Fredenburgh
Design – Straight Communications
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