Dusky Horse Recordsdata is celebrating the upcoming commence of its newly remastered sequence of solo cuts from Joe Strummer with the arena premiere of ‘Junco Accomplice (Acoustic)’. The be conscious is on hand for streaming now and springs with an accompanying intelligent, blended-media video created by Spencer Ramsey.
Discovered deep within the legendary artist’s vaults on a hand-labelled cassette tape, ‘Junco Accomplice’ used to be a fixed one day of Joe’s occupation. He first came upon the music on a scratchy R&B compilation within the 1970s and it develop into a staple on the setlist of Joe’s first band, the 101ers, forward of recording it with The Clash for the seminal ‘Sandinista!’ album in 1980 and it being a mainstay of live shows till the very live of Joe’s occupation with The Mescaleros. This previously unreleased home recording of ‘Junco Accomplice’ sees Strummer wailing thru the music with correct a guitar, offering an intimate insight into his outlandish vocal provide and distinctive riding rhythmic guitar taking part in.
‘Junco Accomplice (Acoustic)’ is on hand now in any respect DSPs and streaming products and providers; ‘ASSEMBLY’ arrives 26th March on Restricted Edition 2xLP Red vinyl, gatefold 2xLP 180g murky vinyl, CD and digitally for streaming and to find.
‘ASSEMBLY’ showcases moderately curated remastered singles, fan favourites and archival rarities from the Joe Strummer solo catalogue, in conjunction with ‘Coma Lady,’ ‘Johnny Appleseed’, ‘Yalla Yalla’ (with The Mescaleros), his rendition of Bob Marley’s Redemption Tune’ and soundtrack contributions esteem ‘Love Kills’ (from the 1986 film ‘Sid and Nancy’). Remastered by three-time GRAMMY® Award-successful engineer Paul Hicks (The Beatles / John Lennon / The Rolling Stones / David Bowie), the 16-be conscious compilation aspects three previously unreleased versions of traditional The Clash tracks, in conjunction with the in no way-forward of-heard recording of ‘Junco Accomplice’ and electrifying live performances of ‘Rudie Can’t Fail’ and ‘I Fought The Legislation’ recorded by Joe Strummer and The Mescaleros at London’s Brixton Academy on 24th November 2001. To boot to, ‘ASSEMBLY’ entails original liner notes written particularly for this sequence by musician, Jakob Dylan.
Liberate Date: 26th March
I Fought The Legislation (Reside at Brixton Academy, London, 24 November 2001) *
Earn Down Moses
Rudie Can’t Fail (Reside at Brixton Academy, London, 24 November 2001) *
At The Border, Man
Junco Accomplice (Acoustic) *