The KLF ‎– Justified & Ancient

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KLF Communications ‎– KLF 99CD
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1 Justified & Ancient (Stand By The JAMS)
Lead Vocals – "The First Lady Of Country" Tammy Wynette*Mixed By – Mark 'Spike' Stent*Pedal Steel Guitar – Rusty Pence
3:37
2 Justified & Ancient ("The White Room" Version)
Lead Vocals, Bass – Black SteelMixed By – J. Gordon-Hastings*
5:05
3 Justified & Ancient (All Bound For Mu Mu Land)
Lead Vocals – Maxine HarveyMixed By – Mark 'Spike' Stent*
7:48
4 Justified & Ancient (Make Mine A "99")
Harmonica – Mark FelthamLead Vocals [Chorus] – Maxine HarveyMixed By – Tony Thorpe
5:53
5 Justified & Ancient (Let Them Eat Ice Cream)
Mixed By – Tony Thorpe
6:31

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J-card jewel case.

Recorded at Trancentral.
Additional recording and engineering at Lillie Yard.
Tracks 1 & 3 mixed at Olympic
Tracks 2, 4 & 5 mixed at Lillie Yard.

Tammy Wynette appears courtesy of Epic Records (Nashville).
Tony Thorpe appears courtesy of The Moody Boys and Love Records.

℗ & © 1991 KLF Communications
Made in England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5017139499990
  • Barcode (Text): 5 017139 499990
  • Matrix / Runout: KLF99CD 10170931 01% MADE IN U.K.

Other Versions (5 of 52) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KLF 99 The KLF Justified & Ancient(7", Single) KLF Communications KLF 99 UK 1991 Sell This Version
07822-12403-2 The KLF Justified & Ancient(CD) Arista 07822-12403-2 Canada 1992 Sell This Version
X 14210 The KLF Justified & Ancient(12") KLF Communications, Liberation Records X 14210 Australia 1991 Sell This Version
07822-12403-2 The KLF Justified & Ancient(CD, Maxi, Unofficial) Arista (2) 07822-12403-2 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
KLF 99X The KLF Justified & Ancient(12", Single, Yel) KLF Communications KLF 99X UK 1991 Sell This Version

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ediac

ediac

August 8, 2011
Make Mine a 99 is shortened on the Arista 12 inch.
barticle

barticle

July 22, 2003
In his excellent book '45' Bill Drummond relates the story of his trip to Nashville to record Tammy Wynette's vocal for this track. He says it became rapidly apparent in the studio there that she was totally unable to sing in time with a backing track, that normally her band would play to match the (wildly fluctuating!) tempo of her vocals. Bill returned to Britain with the recordings, assuming them to be useless, but Jimmy Cauty saved the day - explaining that his new sampler would enable him to timestretch the lyrics to fit the track. The song was completed, then released and went on to reach number 2 in the UK chart.