Knew You Wouldn't Leave Me Hangin'

by The Sleeping Brothers

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Recorded one July night in 1997 in Calabash, NC at the Carolina Room (Mike's bedroom). Additional overdubs and mixing completed a few days or weeks later, I don't remember. The original cassette included a recitation of "Ode" by Arthur O'Shaughnessy (no relation, well, maybe), a reading of the label on a Guinness bottle, and a rap song. The first two were excluded for copyright reasons, and the the third because it's just plain awful.

The Sleeping Brothers are Jim, Pete & Mike O'Shaughnessy. Years later they would transform into The Pink Lights.

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released August 1, 1997

Guitar, vocals, keyboard: Jim O'Shaughnessy
Guitars, vocals: Mike O'Shaughnessy
Beer bottle, guitar: Pete O'Shaughnessy
cp1997 The Sleeping Brothers

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Sleeping Brothers Records Portland, Oregon

Semi-fictional netlabel reissuing homemade albums from the catalog of Long Island's 90s tape label Big Casserole Records as well as releasing new music from same old guys & gals. Check out the hiss! NY/OR/CA.

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