Tim Burgess in Nashville

R Stevie Moore / The Vaccines
split 7" (OGEN 016)
O Genesis Recordings, the label founded by The Charlatans' frontman Tim Burgess, has released three new 7” singles on Record Store Day, April 21st. It includes the debut double AA sided 7” by London 3 piece band Blood Music, and the first track 'A Case For Vinyl' from Tim Burgess' forthcoming solo album – the follow up to 2003's debut solo "I Believe," then a split 7" between R. Stevie Moore ('Post Breakup Sex') and The Vaccines (‘Why Should I Love You?’), covering each other's songs.

'A Case For Vinyl,' written by Tim Burgess and Kurt Wagner of Lambchop, was recorded/produced last year in Nashville by Mark Nevers, with Kurt Wagner, Chris Scruggs on bass (a grandson of the legendary Earl Scruggs), Tony Crow (Lambchop) on piano. The flipside features a remix by Sam Willis from Walls. The full-length, Burgess in Nashville, album "Oh No I Love You" will be out in September.

Lambchop - 2B2,
a brand new video for the latest album "Mr. M" (Merge, 2012). 

Lambchop - Gone Tomorrow, from "Mr. M"

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