This is a fascinating release from New York's late eighties East Side art scene, the last gasp before the gentrification. Rebby Sharp plays and sings a strange mix of folk and bluegrass, throwing in conscious lyrics with a fried sense of humour. She is ably supported by guests such as the Shimmy Disc head honch, Kramer, and underground legends, Fred Frith and Tom Cora. There's a lovely cover version of The Holy Modal Rounders' Hesitation Blues.
01 Some Men 02 Up Jumped Chair Legs 03 Hard Acid Rain 04 These Venetian Eyes 05 Just In Time 06 I'm So Hot 07 Crater Creek 08 Gimmee Back My 15¢ 09 Goin' To The Roof 10 Sittin' On Top Of The John 11 Let The Piper Call The Tune 12 Hesitation Blues 13 Tar Baskets 14 Holding Forth 15 He Leadeth Me 16 Walk By The Fire