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Album: Tremendous Efforts
# Song Title   Time
1)    Pass the Chutney
2)    Loved on Look
3)    Empty the Chamber
4)    Last of the Good, The
5)    Flash
6)    Creepy Butler, The
7)    One Million Songs
8)    120 Miles Per Hour
9)    Mother of Earth
10)    Ridge Runner Rag
11)    Wasn't Born to Follow
12)    Ridge Runner Rell
13)    Before I Wake
 

Album: Tremendous Efforts
# Song Title   Time
1)    Pass the Chutney
2)    Loved on Look
3)    Empty the Chamber
4)    Last of the Good, The
5)    Flash
6)    Creepy Butler, The
7)    One Million Songs
8)    120 Miles Per Hour
9)    Mother of Earth
10)    Ridge Runner Rag
11)    Wasn't Born to Follow
12)    Ridge Runner Rell
13)    Before I Wake
 
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Performer Notes
  • The Sadies include: Travis Good (vocals, guitar, fiddle); Dallas Good (vocals, guitar); Mike Belitsky (guitar, drums, background vocals); Sean Dean (bass).
  • Additional personnel includes: Brian Good (acoustic guitar); Jim Cuddy (guitar, background vocals); Glen Miltchem, Basil Donovan (guitar); Bob Egan (lap steel guitar); Larry Good (banjo); Bruce Good (dobro); Doug Queen (accordion, Hammond B-3 organ).
  • Recorded from March 25-31, 2000.
  • Personnel: Greg Keelor, Margaret Good (vocals); Jim Cuddy (guitar, background vocals); Brian Good (acoustic guitar); Bob Egan (lap steel guitar, National guitar); Bazil Donovan (gut-string guitar); Bruce Good (dobro); Larry Good (banjo); Doug Queen (accordion); Rick White (Moog synthesizer); Paul Aucoin (vibraphone).
  • Photographer: Tara White.
  • On their second long-player, the Sadies further explore their signature stew of surf, soul, and country. If it weren't for the wit and punch of tunes like "The Creepy Butler" and "Pass the Chutney," this might all seem like smart-assed referencing. But there's real gusto in their delivery and they even pull off a cover of "Wearin' That Loved on Look," immortalized by Elvis in his '69 comeback album. A twangy feast. ~ Tim Sheridan
Professional Reviews
Uncut (8/01, p.112) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...The Sadies' remarkable stew of rockabilly, surf-twang, psych-country, bluegrass and cow-punk is refreshingly raw and unforgivingly direct....This is a blast..."

Magnet (6-7/01, pp.104,106) - "...A party, filled with drummer Mike Belitsky's neo-fruggable paradiddles, rippling guitars and a zealous spirit that will peel the velvet off your 3-D Zodiac posters..."

No Depression (5-6/01, pp.123-4) - "...Fascinating and thrilling....coming closest to capturing the power of their live act....well worth it..."

Mojo (Publisher) (6/01, p.101) - "...A collision of abandoned garage pop and expertly played roots country...with a dash of Ennio Morricone..."
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