Danny & Dusty

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Danny & Dusty - Lost Weekend Lost Weekend
Pop New - LP SP 6 5075 A&M
Sealed 1985 Original, Small Saw Notch. Custom Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. Danny & Dusty Wasn't Actually A Duo, But A Supergroup Of Sorts Comprised Of Players From Groups Associated With L.A.'s Paisley Underground. Danny & Dusty Consisted Of Dan Stuart Of Green On Red And The Dream Syndicate's Steve Wynn — Along With Members Of Their Bands — Plus Sid Griffin, Stephen Mccarthy, And Tom Stevens From The Long Ryders. The Gathering Of Friends Recorded One Album In February 1985 Over The Course Of A Single, Notoriously Booze-Soaked Weekend.... more details
 
Danny & Dusty - Cast Iron Soul Cast Iron Soul
Pop New - LP BLULP 0417 Blue Rose
Sealed 2007 Gatefold Vinyl. "While It Was Hard Not To Smile When Word Got Out That Steve Wynn And Dan Stuart Were Pulling Their Danny & Dusty Act Out Of Mothballs For A Reunion Album, Somehow The Prospect Of Booze-Addled Trash Talking From Two Guys In Their Early Fifties Sounded Awfully Lame. And Thankfully, Wynn And Stuart Are Smart Enough To Realize That; Twenty-Two Years After The One-Shot Semi-Masterpiece The Lost Weekend, Their Second Danny & Dusty Album, Cast Iron Soul, Is The Work Of Guys Who Haven't Lost Their Talent Or Their Sass But Know How To Act Their Age At The Same Time. The Troubadours Cast A Jaundiced But Playful Eye On A New Generation In "Warren Oates," Honor Friends And Lovers In "Thanksgiving Day" And The Title Tune, Ponder The City That They Now Call Home In "New York City Lullaby," And Try To Offer Some Sage Advice In "Hold Your Mud." The Performances Are A Good Bit Less Chaotic Than On The Lost Weekend, But Both Stuart And Wynn Are In Arguably Better Voice Than They Were In 1985, And The Band — Which Includes Fellow Paisley Underground Veterans Steve Mccarthy And Chris Cacavas And L.A. Refugees Johnny Hott And Bob Rupe — Gives The Music A Warm Autumnal Glow That Suits These Songs Well While Still Kicking Up The Dust When The Spirit Moves Them. If The Lost Weekend Was The Sound Of Two Beer-Soaked Desperadoes Trying To Make Like They Were The Last Gang In Town, Cast Iron Soul Plays Like Sam Peckinpah's Ride The High Country, In Which Two Scarred But Capable Gunslingers Hit The Trail Again And Demonstrate Just How Much They've Learned Over The Years, Both About Their Work And About Themselves." – Mark Deming, All Music Guide... more details
 

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