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Tragic Songs of Life (The Easy Hoes album)

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Tragic Songs of Life
📅 Released1989
🎙️ RecordedJune 1989
🏷️ LabelShindig Records
🤑 ProducerArt Alexakis, Damien Rasmussen, The Easy Hoes

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Tragic Songs of Life was the only album released by The EASY HOES.

Although this album is best known as being one of Art Alexakis pre-Everclear projects, Art was not a primary songwriter. In fact, he only wrote two of the songs, both of which were later recorded by his next band Colorfinger.

The album features a handful of covers, of Stonewall Jackson's "Poor Red Georgia Dirt", AC/DC's "You Shook Me All Night Long" and Hank Williams' "Lost Highway", as well as the two traditional songs "In the Pines" and "On the Rock (Where Moses Stood)".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Hey Chuck" – (Jeff Krebs)
  2. "Don't Let That Door Hit You" – (Krebs)
  3. "Poor Red Georgia Dirt" – (Fred Burch, Gary Stewart)
  4. "My Last Goodbye" – (Jeff Krebs)
  5. "Chicken" – (Kim Rohrbach)
  6. "Separation" – (A.P. Alexakis)
  7. "? (The Gay Bar Song)" – (Alexakis)
  8. " You Shook Me (All Night Long)" – (Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Brian Johnson)
  9. "Throw It Away" – (Krebs)
  10. "Lost Highway" – (Leon Payne)
  11. "In the Pines" – (Traditional)
  12. "On the Rock (Where Moses Stood)" – (Traditional)

Personnel[edit]

  • A.P. Alexakis – vocals, guitar (6 and 12 string)
  • Johnny Crow – vocals, guitar, mandolin, harmonica
  • Kim Rohrbach – bass, vocals
  • Kyle Statham – drums

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