This starts off with a very Bongwater/Kramer vibe helped along by Betsy Nichols singing and continues that Bongwater mood with some sweet and nasty Wah Wah guitar. Tom Carter usually always delivers, only problem is that "In The Sunlight" is over too soon.
The second release in Drawing Room's ever evolving 45 series brings long time collaborators Tom Carter & Marc Orleans project Eleven Twenty-Nine to the collection.
Tom Carter has been a blues-damaged guitarist of extraordinary magnitude and magnanimous extremes. In addition to his solo work and Eleven Twenty-Nine, Carter remains an active co-creator of the Texas home-brew psych pioneers Charalambides and curator of his own label, Wholly-Other.
Free-form psych veteran Marc Orleans has been the secret weapon behind some of the heaviest mumbo jumbo and dusted American cosmic-craziness to come out in the last decade and a half.
This recording also features Michael Evans on drums, and Betsy Nichols on lead vocals.
released July 1, 2012
Tom Carter, Marc Orleans, Michael Evans, and Betsy Nichols