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Published on May 16, 2011
East Side called Jericho's where I was due to DJ. I faked putting on a record, after playing "Hey Jude" (Beatles) and "China Grove" (Doobies), and plugged my acoustic into a double ganged set of vintage Pignose amps and reminisced about those early streets where the pizza is particularly punk and saints lead you to playgrounds of eros and thought-magicks. The bartender, an old fast-folk flyabout from Beck's NYC in-search-of-the-secret-of-Pussy-Galore days, recorded the jam, titled "Orchard Street," on his 1984 Sony Walkman WM-D6C Pro and Fed Ex'd the tape to Beck's L.A. hideout.
From forthcoming album called Demolished Thoughts, out on May 23/24 via Matador Records.