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Six Cents And Natalie - Show Me The Honey flac

  • Performer: Six Cents And Natalie
  • Album: Show Me The Honey
  • Label: Blackbean And Placenta Tape Club
  • Catalog #: BBPTC 083
  • FLAC: 1696 mb | MP3: 1831 mb
  • Released: 1999
  • Country: US
  • Style: Lo-Fi
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 642
  • Category: Disco
Six Cents And Natalie - Show Me The Honey flac


1One For Me2:13
2Dumb Stupid Song2:19
3Needed To2:43
4Quilting Bee1:44
5New Term1:42
8Just One1:43
9When I Was Your Boyfriend1:47
11My Love Is A Flower
Songwriter – Jonathan Richman
12Beach Girl1:50
13Red And Green0:40
Songwriter – Melissa JeterVocals – Melissa Jeter
17No Tag Backs1:30
18Wait For Me2:39
19All The Best Things1:15
20Secret Goldfish
Songwriter – B. Roberts
21Sea Scout3:11
22A Little Cranky0:17
24Cowboys And Spaceships1:39
26Fly With Me2:10
27Reason 26002:50


  • Artwork By [Cover Illustration] – George Pfromm
  • Artwork By [Layout] – Amanda Williams, George Pfromm
  • SongwriterSean Tollefson (tracks: 1 to 17, 19 to 22, 24, 25, 27)
  • Vocals [Additional]Melissa Jeter


1-14 from "Tressel" cassette (self-released).
16-22 from "Water Machine" cassette (self-released).
23, 25-27 previously unreleased.
16, 20, 24 also appeared on Six Cents And Natalie 7" on Harriet Records.
9 also appeared on In A Lonely Place 7" on Four Letter Words.
1 also appeared on The Long Secret CD compilation on Harriet Records.
10 re-recorded by Crayon and appeared on Brick Factory on Harriet Records.

"This CD compiles the first two Six Cents and Natalie cassettes, "Water Machine" and "Tressel". "Water Machine" was recorded during the Fall of 1991 in my studio apartment in Bellingham, WA. "Tressel was recorded in Summer of 1992 at a beach house I rented on Steamboat Island, WA. Both tapes were recorded one track at a time, straight to cassette (no 4-track). I used a 1987 JVC cassette deck, a walkman, and a two track Radio Shack mixer. As you can hear at times the tape hiss was pretty loud, but all in all the system worked out pretty well. These are some of the first recordings I ever made, and I must admit some of them are kind of embarrassing to me now. Most of these songs were experiments in song writing. With that said, if nothing else this collection documents a period when the bedroom rock revolution was in full swing, Beat Happening still made records, and we couldn't wait for the next Shrimper tape compilation to come out.
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