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(Norton 310) The A-Bones celebrate their 20th Anniversary with a massive specially priced double CD set that culls 46 tracks from singles and other odd places including the A-Bones backing up legends like Johnny Powers, Rudy Tutti Grayzell, the Great Gaylord, Roy Loney and more, plus ten unissued tracks and a brand new bonus recording featuring the's! Giant photo booklet takes you back down memory lane and ... dumps you there!

Disc One: Don't Need No Job/Questions I Can't Answer/The World's Greatest Sinner (w/Timothy Carey)/Shanty Tramp/Bamboo Rock And Roll/Spooks-A-Poppin' Theme/Maintaining My Cool/She Said Yeah/Wah-Hey/Guess I'm Falling In Love/Baby Doll/Daddy Wants A Cold Beer/Louie Go Home/Hep Cat/Iím Snowed/Bad Boy/Take Up The Slack Daddy-O/Hekawi/Why Don't They Let Us Fall In Love*/Monkey Man*/A White T-Shirt And A Pink Carnation*/Third Pint From The Sun*/ Free Beer For Life Radio Spot *

Disc Two: We're Gonna Get Married (w/the'S)*/Squat With Me Baby (w/the Great Gaylord)/Do De Squat (w/the Great Gaylord)/Judy (w/Rudy Grayzell)/Why Why Why (w/Rudy Grayzell)/You're Gone (w/Rudy Grayzell)/One Mile (w/Rudy Grayzell)/Mama Rock (w/Johnny Powers)/New Spark (w/Johnny Powers)/Stop It Baby (w/Roy Loney)/You Know What You Can Do (w/Roy Loney)/Jump Into The River (w/Roy Loney)/Smoke Rings (w/Roy Loney)/Made In The Shade (w/Roy Loney)*/Rock The Boat/Drive In/You Canít Beat It/All Night Long/Genocide/It's A Hard Life*/The Only Asshole (Alone At The Dance)*/Teenage Head (w/Roy Loney)*/Oh Canada

*=previously unissued 

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    The A-Bones: Daddy Wants A Cold Beer and Other Million Sellers

    Posted by Mark Deming on 9th May 2023

    Two CD’s worth of single sides, collaborations, and rarities from the Pride of Norton Records. As close to a “Best of the A-Bones” set as currently exists, this is a great overview of their wild, beer fueled rock ‘n’ roll that honors what’s fun about rock’s first two decades without getting pretentious about it. And the sides with the Great Gaylord confirm he is the greatest not-so-great vocalist of his generation. If you’ve never heard the A-Bones, this is an excellent introduction.