The Woodshed ‎– Forty Miles Of Rough Road

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Cloak And Dagger Records ‎– nlx5 008cd
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All tracks written and produced by The Woodshed at The Woodshed.

Track 3 "Shootin' Cactus" is a CD only bonus track, not included on the 2 x LP version.

Packaging: standard plastic jewel box case, off-black tray, 4 page v-fold cover booklet (blank inside).

Track times not printed on sleeve art.

Total time: 74:44

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 020667 030825
  • Matrix / Runout: B8880 NLX 5008 CD ・
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L122
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2321
  • ASIN (COM): B000F9PGYQ
  • ASIN (JP): B000024JBE

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scoundrel

scoundrel

January 23, 2013

The Woodshed continue their long, dub-infected acid tracks, this time starting off their album FORTY MILES OF ROUGH ROAD with the slightly dreamy "Crop Duster," which keeps it real with some electric blues guitar stabs. "Holloway to Memphis" mostly lays off the acid for a mellow, almost deep house experience. "Shootin' Cactus" maintains its their low and slow pace but bring back the acid (a tempo continued on "No"), while "Return of Yet I" goes for mysterious, like the slowest alien invasion ever, and the low thrum of "Scuffletown Scuffle" is like diving in a dub submersible until "Space Junk" brings things back up. "A Tale from the Woodshed: Part One" delves into some ambient tones at the start until the keyboard pounds out a quiet melody which, naturally enough, leads into the beats of "Part Two." It's a road you can drive down again and again.