||New Hats For
Summer (Inedible Casserole #2)
Released: June, 1983
Available format: cassette
Most of these tapes (unless otherwise specified) were recorded at the
Mt Cod Studios (sometimes known as Rob's basement, dining room, and
living room - thanks, Boit) on a 4 track TEAC back in 1979 &
Vince was the engineer. Here's the rundown:
DON'T LEAVE (Travis) -
We use this one frequently to open our live shows - a pessimistic way
of saying hello. Features the legendary Eric Rosenfeld on lead guitar.
LET HER DANCE (Fuller) -
Thanx and a tip of the new summer hat to famous Boston media
personality Eddie Gorodetsky who played us the original Bobby Fuller
Four version about a year and a half ago. Recorded at Rhode Island
College in February of '83.
SUBURBABILLY ROCK (Hart) - Early Rob Hart Band, circa '77
/ '78. Rob on guitar. Chandler on drums.
SERIOUSLY (Travis) -
two different versions of this live nowadays, both are quite different
from this pre-Junior recording featuring Eric Rosenfeld on lead.
SHE MAKES ME FEEL GOOD (Shook) - Curtis Mayfield meets Herman's
Hermits - drastic integration courtesy of Steve the accountant.
ONE WORM PART ONE (Valium - Travis) - At last, Chandler plays organ.
At least, Vince plays drums
HUSH NOW BABY (Travis) -
An excerpt of an outtake (!) from "The Essential Travis, Shook, and the
Club Wow" album featuring Tom Staley on drums & Keith Spring on
BE TAN (Travis) -
Live tape of practically extinct comedy duo listed above.
recorded at Valley Forge, PA, late 70's
GOTTA HAVE YOU (Spampinato) - Junior belts out his greatest
hit somewhere in the boondocks sometime recently.
LET'S GO (Valium - Travis - Hart) -
This was the first time "Let's Go" was played, sung, or even thought of
- the original (?) Rob Hart Band performance (Rob - bass, Vince -
drums, Chandler - guitar).
I GOT TO MOVE (Travis) - Chandler once again
fails to write a whole song without a slow part.
SOON YOU'LL BE GONE (?) - A cover of an old song by the
Blues Busters from Jamaica featuring the popular Steve Shook.
SAND IN MY FACE (Spaminato) -
Vince and Junior learn by doing on Vince's brand new TEAC in
1977. Orginally titled "Leave Me Alone" - includes rare Vince
Valium bass playing.
THE GIRAFFE SUITE, PART ONE (Travis) - Vince &
Chandler start a song about real life on 1980 Mt. Cod.
I'VE GOT A CRUSH ON YOU (Pseudo Carol) -
THE EXTREMES! LADIES & GENTLEMEN, THE EXTREMES!!!
Legendary Cape Cod girl group rehearses for Labor Day.
Rachel, Babs, & Renée. THE EXTEMES!!! (And you think
BAIN DE SOLEIL (?) -
Anton People, working on their tans under the sun in Eastham. With the
levely E. Rosenfeld on lead guitar and fey vocals.
GIRAFFE SUITE PART TWO (Travis) - Years later, Junior &
Steve help finish it off, along with Clem on sax.
BOB THERE'S A TELEPHONE CALL FOR YOU IN THE LOBBY (Shook) (excerpt) - See "Hush
Now Baby". Add Terry Adams. Subtract (however reluctantly) Keith
Spring. Let stand.
ARE YOU MOD? (Shook) -
Well, are you?
AS BURT LANCASTER SAID (Travis) - Chandler solo, working on the
meaning of life again. Also stars Chuk Connors.