Very rare co-release from 1984. Going for big bucks on Amazon !
One of the founding members of the group was Jeffrey Lee Pierce—who quit (before Thee Precisions played live) when he formed his own group, The Gun Club, which achieved well-deserved critical and international fame Another important member was Steve Berlin. His outstanding tenor saxophone playing kept the group from becoming a bunch of crazies biting off more than they could chew. The exposure he received playing with Thee Precisions directly led him to play and/or record with such acts as The Plimsouls, The Blasters, The Plugz, The Flesheaters, Los Lobos and The Go-Go’s. Also, Steve’s musical skills kept the group from performing trite arrangements of their original material.
unique roots-based music with recognizable influences of swing, be-bop, R&B, soul, garage rock, psychedelia and free jazz. They liked to call what they did “Rockin’ R&B-Bop” in order to take it all in.
|A1||West Hollywood Freeze-Out||2:58|
|A2||That Mellow Saxophone||2:11|
|B1||Good-Bye My Love||10:10|