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Kinky Friedman
 

Title:  Lasso From El Paso

Date:  1976

Label Epic Records ‎– PE34304

Design:  John Kehe & Tom Steele

Illustration: John Kehe

Line Up:

Kinky Friedman and a cast of many

Guitar – Bill Harn, Jim Atkinson, Kinky Friedman, Levon Helm, Mick Ronson, Ron Wood, Steve Soles, T-Bone Burnett, Tom Culpepper
Banjo – Roger McGuinn
Bass – Brian Clarke, Ira Wilkes, Rick Danko, Rob Stoner, Terry Danko
Drums – Dahrell Norris, Gary Burke, Howie Wyeth, Levon Helm, Major Boles, Richard Manuel, Teddy Jack Eddy
Fiddle – Al Garth, Fiddlin' Frenchie Bourke
Backing Vocals – Jim Atkinson, Levon Helm, Rick Danko, Ronnie Hawkins, Roscoe West, Teddy Jack Eddy, Terry Danko, Tracey Balin
Horns – Snakebite Jacobs
Keyboards – Dr. John, Jewford Shelby, Ken Lauber, Red Young, Richard Manuel, T-Bone Burnett
Mandolin – Michael DeTemple
Organ, Piano – Dr. John
Resonator Guitar – Eric Clapton
Steel Guitar – David Mansfield, Rusty Young
Voice – Bob Neuwirth, Jewford Shelby, Ringo Starr

 

Side 1

Sold American
Twinkle
Ahab The Arab
Dear Abbie
Kinky
Lady Yesterday
Side 2

Catfish
Men's Room, L.A.
Bananas And Cream
Ol' Ben Lucas
The Ballad Of Ira Hayes
Waitret, Please, Waitret
Notes: An early release by Mr. Friedman. The liner notes say that the first track was recorded with Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue which accounts for the plethora of artists listed ni teh credits. We are talking the likes of Eric Clapton, Dr. John, Mick Ronson and on and on. Kinky, as always, chooses a nice range of material and carries it off in his own inimitable style. We get, along with some Kinky originals, songs by Bob Dylan and Ray Stevens. The wonderful cover art plays upon the old familiar Camel cigarette packaging.

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