Homegrown Memories

Here is a cover of “16 Tons” played by Father Hennepin with Al Sparhawk adding in a great Marc Ribot-style guitar solo. 

16 Tons (mp3)

Tim Nelson also makes a guest appearance, banging on what I think was a piece of Al’s washing machine.  The song was from a demo tape recorded shortly after Homegrown II, where Al joined Father Hennepin on stage for some Father Hennepin classics as well as a couple of countrified Low songs. 

Speaking of old Father Hennepin recordings… does anyone have a live recording of their version of “Waitress in the Sky”?

3 Comments

samh

about 13 years ago

A great recording.  Thanks for sharing.

deafyet

about 13 years ago

Which version? We did a straight cover at first, then effed it up and played a "spooky" version in A minor that was waay cooler, problem is, no one can remember how we did it.

asmentko

about 13 years ago

The minor version!  The minor version!

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