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 Post subject: The Head Cat
PostPosted: Sun Dec 13, 2009 6:02 pm 
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I got a copy of this cd for xmas.
The band is Lemmy Kilmister, Slim Jim Phantom, (the Stray Cats), and Danny B. Harvey, (Rockats).
The songs are mostly Buddy Holly's but there is some Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins thrown in there as well.

http://www.acousticmusic.com/fame/p03818.htm

http://www.myspace.com/headcat

I heard Lemmy's rendition of Big River and was hooked right away.
Anyone else heard this material?

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 Post subject: Re: The Head Cat
PostPosted: Sun Dec 13, 2009 6:38 pm 
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Yep. It was originally released as Lemmy, Slim Jim and Danny B in 2003 I think. Theres a cool dvd from a gig as well.


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 Post subject: Re: The Head Cat
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hawkwindian posted:

Yep. It was originally released as Lemmy, Slim Jim and Danny B.

It seems like Fools Paradise is a remaster of that first release but with three less songs.
The sound is a lot sharper/clearer on Fools Paradise imo.

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 Post subject: Re: The Head Cat
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First release was in 2000. But they didnt call them selfs The Head Cat in those days. Than re-release without three songs come later as Fools Paradise. Now they have second album "Walk the walk Talk the talk" and it is not acoustic, it is electric stuff, Lemmy is on his bass guitar, he is not like on first album acoustic guitar and harmonica. Second album have two new songs from The Head Cat, those two are not covers. "american beat" and "eagle flies on friday" if I remember right... Lemmy said his want to do third album and release his solo album finaly.


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 Post subject: Re: The Head Cat
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I wonder if there's any material that Headcat recorded but didn't release?
I love the old Chuck B., Carl P., Buddy H., Fats stuff.
It's good motorcycle background music.

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 Post subject: Re: The Head Cat
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I think not. Only live stuff if someone recorded. On live stuff they played always something which is not on studio albums. They have live dvd which was before second album. There is vinyl release of this dvd in 322 copies.


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 Post subject: Re: The Head Cat
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Hey - you've GOT TO hear this:
KLOS (radio station in LA) show called Jonesy's Jukebox (available as podcast on iTunes) ... the Jan 8 2016 epsisode (I think it is, relying on memory) Steve talks to Slim Jim Phantom, they recall Lemmy, and even play bits of an older 2006 show where Lemmy, Slim Jim, and Steve Jones played some acoustic Head Cat and '50s rockabilly, finishing with an acoustic Silver Machine, complete with Jones going "phsshewwww" with his mouth to emulate the synths, it is HILARIOUS and awesome!!!~!!!!!!


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