The Breaking Hands - The Gun Club - Mother Juno (CD, Album)

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  1. May 26,  · Includes a foldout poster. Updated re-release of Mother Juno (#3 in the "9 Lives" series) containing bonus tracks ( to ) and a bonus disc with "The Berlin Tapes", consisting of unreleased versions. 9 Lives is a project of the Dutch record company Flow Records. Each edition is part of a compilation series of 9 CDs of Jeffrey Lee Pierce-The Gun Club, and contains remastered and /5(13).
  2. Oct 09,  · More than the other Gun Club albums, "Mother Juno" is an amazing crash between punk rock, blues, country and pure rock'n'roll. Produced in Berlin by Robin Guthrie (from the Cocteau Twins) the fourth Gun Club album shows a much mature Jeffrey Lee Pierce/5(12).
  3. Mother Juno is probably the best example of this among all of the Gun Club material I've listened to to date. While the music never seems revolutionary or extraordinary, the singing and lyricism are first rate. My personal favorite track on the album is Breaking Hands, but I've grown to /5(12).
  4. Even more startling was that the group's comeback album, Mother Juno, was produced by Robin Guthrie of the Cocteau Twins, who would hardly have seemed a likely choice to channel the Gun Club's fiery blues-punk assault onto vinyl.9/
  5. 22 rows · May 08,  · referencing Mother Juno, LP, Album, RED LP 84, RED LP84 Some days /5().
  6. mother juno by the gun club buy online at resident, on the gun club's '87 lp the hard rock overtones of 'the las vegas story' were replaced by a more.
  7. Mother Juno was released October 17, on Red Rhino Records. It was produced by Robin Guthrie of the Cocteau Twins. The Gun Club lineup at the time was Jeffrey Lee Pierce, Kid Congo Powers, Romi.
  8. Mother Juno is a album released by The Gun Club. It was produced by Robin Guthrie of the Cocteau Twins. "Yellow Eyes" was originally entitled "Funky Junkie"; "Nobody's City" was originally "Sleepy Times Blues". The original recordings of Mother Juno were released as Mother Berlin in on Bang! Records containing an additional track, "Country One". The cover used a painting by Claus .