V/A feat. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – You See Me Laughin’: The Last of The Hill County Bluesmen (DVD, US)

2 May 2005 Fat Possum FP1020-9
01. Introduction
02. Junior Kimbrough
03. Cedell Davis
04. T-Model Ford
05. R. L. Burnside
06. Snake Drive
07. Nobody Get You Down
08. Johnny Farmer
09. Asie Payton
10. Fat Possum Records
11. Kenny Brown
12. R. L. and JSBX
13. Junior and Iggy Pop
14. Re-mixes
15. Juke Joint Fire
16. Epilogue
V/A feat. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - You See Me Laughin': The Last of The Hill County Bluesmen (DVD, US) - Cover
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DVD documentary in DigiPak style sleeve with clear tray and reply card.

The film features interviews with Judah Bauer, Russell Simins and Jon Spencer along with footage of the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion performing live with R.L. Burnside.

R.L. Burnside and the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion collaborated on the album A Ass Pocket of Whiskey and on the songs Alice May and Highway 7 released on the 1997 album Mr Wizard.

SONG CREDITS:
Interviewees: R.L. Burnside, Junior Kimbrough, Cedell Davis, T-Model Ford, Asie Payton, Johnny Farmer, Kenny Brown, David Cardwell, Matthew Johnson, Bruce Watson, Bono, Iggy Pop, John ‘Jojo’ Hermann, Jon Spencer, Judah Bauer, and Russell Simins.

Director: Mandy Stein
Producer: Mandy Stein
Executive Producers: Tyler Brodie/Hunter Gray/Matthew Johnson/Paul S. Mezey
Associate Producer: Jeremy Kipp Walker
Editing: Mayin Lo/Josh Melnick
Associate Editor: Jean-Christophe Couet

Seventh Art Releasing / Verisimilitude / Plain Jane Productions, Inc.

Run Time: 77 Minutes

SLEEVE NOTES:
“Matthew Johnson started Fat Possum Records in 1992 with credit cards and the last of his student loans. In the north Mississippi town od Holly Springs, he recorded Junior Kimbrough and R.L. Burnside, the foundation of Fat Possum’s roster. You See Me Laughin’ takes us onto the road and into the homes of R. L. Burnside, Junior Kimbrough, T-Model Ford, Cedell Davis, Johnny Farmer, and Asie Payton – musicians whose lives of violence, poverty, chance, charm, and luck reinforce the precarious relationship between record label and artist.”
DETAILS:
BARCODE: 7 67981 10209 2

MATRIX: “PD-D10036 AGMW FP1020-9 DVD 1240 IFPI LL69”

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