You Asked For It...Live
First-ever live release from one of the tightest, hardest-touring bands in American roots music. Features a host of Rick Estrin classics, including "Dump That Chump," "My Next Ex-Wife," "Clothes Line" and more, plus a new song and a sparkling rendition of Sonny Boy Williamson’s "Too Close Together." An instant party starter. "Infectious, captivating, powerful blues…Intense Chicago-style harp, witty songs and tough-as nails grooves" –Living Blues
All songs by Rick Estrin, Locked In Music, BMI, except Never Trust A Woman, by Rick Estrin and Dave Alvin, Locked In Music/Blue Horn Toad Music, BMI, Baker Man Blues by J. Hansen, Rhythman Music, BMI, Clothes Line by Kent Harris, Mike & Jerry Music, BMI and Too Close Together by Sonny Boy Williamson, Regent Music, BMI
Recorded at Biscuits and Blues, San Francisco, CA on October 5, 2013
Produced by Rick Estrin and Kid Andersen
Co-produced by J. Hansen
Recorded by Byron Binns
Mixed by Kid Andersen at Greaseland Studios, San Jose, CA
Mastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA
Photos by Rachel Kumar, Dragan Tasic and Joe Lempkowski
Packaging design by Kevin Niemiec
Alligator logo by Michael Trossman
Rick Estrin & The Nightcats would like to thank: Bruce Iglauer and the staff of Alligator Records, Rick Booth, Jake Lankheit and everyone at Intrepid Artists, Lisa Leuschner Andersen, June Core, Frankie Ramos, Aki Kumar, Jim Johnson Don Yonder, Kedar Roy for sittin’ in and especially, Steven and Tina Suen, the staff of Biscuits and Blues and JJ.
Rick Estrin plays Hohner Harmonicas and would like to thank Joe Filisko and Mark Overman.
Kid Andersen thanks Vero Amplifiers and Val King Amplification.
Booking: Tina Terry Agency, (336) 273-0446, firstname.lastname@example.org