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Heirs of the Dog: A Tribute to Hair of the Dog


Rel. Date: 05/28/2021
UPC: 614511860123

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1. Hair of the Dog Featuring Blaine Cartwright
2. Miss Misery Featuring Ruyter Suys and Greg Martin
3. Love Hurts Featuring Eddie Spaghetti and Ruyter Suys
4. Changin' Times Jason McMaster and Manny Charlton
5. Beggar's Day
6. Whiskey Drinkin' Woman Featuring JD Pinkus and Luther Dickinson
7. Please Don't Judas Me Featuring Neil Fallon
8. Guilty Featuring Featuring Harvey McLaughlin

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Heirs of the Dog: A Tribute to Hair of the Dog is the third in a series of charity oriented tribute albums by Memphis-based band Joecephus and the George Jonestown Massacre. This album is their take on Nazareth's iconic and career-making, best-selling double platinum Hair of the Dog. Anchored and master-minded by co-producers Dik LeDoux and Joey Killingsworth, the band itself features a small cast of rotating characters and the albums feature special guests. In this case the guests include Blaine Cartwright (Nashville Pussy), Ruyter Suys (Nashville Pussy), Greg Martin (Kentucky Headhunters), Eddie Spaghetti (Supersuckers), Jason McMaster (Dangerous Toys, Ignitor), Manny Charlton (Nazareth, and producer of the original album), JD Pinkus (Butthole Surfers, Honky, Melvins), Luther Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars), Neil Fallon (Clutch) and Harvey McLaughlin. All of JGJM's profits from sales benefit The FSHD Society for FSHD Muscular Dystrophy research in memory of the band's friend and Memphis scene fixture Jonelle Spicer.