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Wait A Minute, Lady

by The Feebs

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The Drug 05:12
Guitarmy 03:54


The 10th anniversary digital reissue of The Feebs' e.p. "Wait a Minute, Lady" (the electric companion to his previous release, "Waiting for the Other Shoe") revisits the miniature landscape he's composed over his now substantial career.


released August 1, 2002

Founding member of the seminal 80s Long Island, NY basement band The Martyrs, Jim O'Shaughnessy began recording as The Feebs in 1994 while living in North Carolina. A return to NY was followed by a none-too-soon relocation to Portland, Oregon where he recorded in his basement, dubbed Little Ease Studios. An obsession with the sounds of his favorite music (Costello, Westerberg, Beach Boys) inspires his own work. He plays all the instruments (guitar, bass, keyboards, lap steel, drums, an odd assortment of percussion, penny whistle, keymonica, etc., etc.) and records it all on a digital 8-track, which he tries as hard as possible to make sound like his old busted 4-track.

Written, performed and recorded by Jim O'Shaughnessy
Vocals on "The Drug" by Paul Saur
Collage by Jim O'Shaughnessy
cp2002 Jim O'Shaughnessy


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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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