Take That Vile Scum!
"My own guess is that if you taught a very impressionable 17th century troubadour all about Syd Barrett, Donovan, Stephin Merritt, and the Lower East Side as it is today, he would most likely end up sounding something like this inimitable man." - Gabriel Guma, NYC Event Promoter It's folk-psych-rock dandyism in 3-minute songwriting, with a dash of americana. Peter Nevins sang and played the 8 string Greek Bouzouki, (similar to the 12 string guitar), lap steel and melodica. Shawn Setaro played bass. Jay Frederick played drums. Dave Cho played violin. Kara Suzanne sang harmony vocals. Frank Hoier sang harmony vocals. John DeLore engineered the recording and sang more harmony vocals. Cristobal Tapia De Veer mastered it at Troublemakers studio in Montréal. John DeLore and Peter Nevins co-produced the album.