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Roky Erickson - All That May Do My Rhyme (1995) Retail CD
Rock & Roll
His mind may be fried, but Roky's vocal talents are relatively intact on this mid-1990s effort, which turns out be one of his more subdued, folkier outings. (About half of the tracks, however, are actually remixes of sessions from the mid-'80s.) Roky's most excessive traits are mostly absent; he sounds sort of like an eccentric, updated Buddy Holly. It's the kind of roots rock that may well please the more open-minded fans of, for instance, John Fogerty or Van Morrison, although the compositions are more pleasant than inspired. Charlie Sexton and Butthole Surfer Paul Leary make low-key sessionmore… appearances; Texas singer Lou Ann Barton duets with Roky on "Starry Eyes" (reprised at the end with a version on which Roky handles all the vocals). A significant bonus, not listed on the sleeve, is "We Got Soul," the rare and fine mid-'60s single cut by Roky's first group, the Spades, before Erickson joined the 13th Floor Elevators.
|1||I'm Gonna Free Her|
|2||Starry Eyes - Lou Ann Barton, Roky Erickson|
|3||You Don't Love Me Yet|
|5||Don't Slander Me|
|6||We Are Never Talking|
|7||For You (I'd Do Anything)|
|9||Clear Night for Love|
|12||We Got Soul|
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