(Half A Cow)
7 inch only. Limited and numbered to 500 copies.
"Hands across the ocean, man" was how Jeff Conolly (from The Lyres, DMZ) described this one-off recording session with Nic Dalton in Boston in April 1998. Two unreleased songs from the Plunderers repertoire recorded live to 16 track 2inch with Jeff on lead vocals/organ/tambourine, Nic on guitar/backing vocals and the Fuzzy rhythm section of Winston Braman on bass and Nate Darnden on drums. Hot Plate, co-written in 1986 with Ben Whitten (then - The Slurpees, Thee Spirals; now - Intercontinental Playboys), and Together All The Time both date from the Plunderers live set in the late 80s. Jeff Conolly described the now-closed Supersonic Studio, "It was simply the greatest studio in Boston/Cambridge, and now it's gone." He recorded the very last session there in early 2001 with the Lyres.
Available now on iTunes..but nothing beats good ol' vinyl!