Sweet Tooth T’s second Super Weird offering delves into the epitome of New York hip, taking its cues from the 1979 Gichy Dan track, ‘Cowboys And Gangsters’, released via ZE Records - a definite inspiration for Super Weird Substance both in its eclectic output, which refused to be categorised into neat compartments and in the Mutant Disco box set, the inspiration behind the limited edition Super Weird Substance 4x12” box set issued earlier this year.
In homage to ZE, Katherine Reynolds has incorporated another Ron Rogers composition, ‘Deputy Of Love’ - a Fonda Rae sung US #1 dance hit in 1979 for Don Armando’s Second Avenue Rhumba Band - with her sister Carmel taking the lead on the main track, ‘Cowboys And Gangsters’.
from Greg Wilson Presents Super Weird Substance,
released November 13, 2015
Lead Vocal: Carmel Reynolds (‘Cowboys And Gangsters’), Katherine Reynolds (‘Deputy Of Love’)
Additional Vocal: Kermit Leveridge
Backing Vocals: The Reynolds / Tracey Carmen
Programming / Keyboards: Lee ‘Peza’ Perry
Brass: The Longhorns – Gareth ‘Misterlong’ Bailey (Trombone), Craig Crofton (Tenor Sax) & Gary Alesbrook (Trumpet)
Written by Ron Rogers - Warner Chappell Music
Mixed by Greg Wilson & Peza