Experience: Live + Foxey Lady

Experience: Live + Foxey Lady

by Mary's Danish


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Live albums are usually an afterthought, but this unfortunately brief but extremely satisfying live document is an important part of the Mary's Danish discography. The Los Angeles sextet were occasionally almost too eclectic on their studio albums, veering from style to style quick enough to give the listener whiplash, but these live tracks showcase the group at their best. Taken almost entirely from their debut album, 1990's There Goes the Wondertruck (only the hyperspeed "Tracy in the Bathroom Killing Thrills" is new; a studio version would appear on the group's second album, Circa, released later in 1991), these songs pack a mightier wallop than their comparatively tame studio versions. Even the ballad "It'll Probably Make Me Cry" is more powerful in its live incarnation, with singers Julie Ritter and Gretchen Seager belting the immediately catchy chorus with a lusty authority. The other live tracks are of the faster songs on the album, and they're both considerably speedier (the manic "Blue Stockings" is positively breathless) and a bit heavier, with the band's punk roots more in evidence than their funk-rock leanings. The sole studio track, a tongue in cheek version of Jimi Hendrix's "Foxy Lady," is cute but slight; the live recordings are the real reason to seek this album out.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/10/1991
Label: Chameleon / Wea
UPC: 0033237484145
catalogNumber: 74841

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Mary's Danish   Primary Artist
Michael Barbara   Saxophone
John Grab   Trombone
Louis Gutierrez   Guitar
Ron King   Trumpet
Chris Wagner   Bass,Bass Guitar
Annie King   Trumpet
Julie Ritter   Vocals
Gretchen Seager   Vocals
David King   Guitar
JBJ   Drums,Snare Drums

Technical Credits

Mary's Danish   Producer
Bill-Dog Dooley   Engineer
Dave Jerden   Producer,Engineer
Stephen Powers   Producer,Executive Producer
Caroline DeVita   Art Direction
Brian McGee   Producer
Matt Colleran   Composer
David King   Composer
Billy Lincoln   Composer

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