Slow Motion Cowboys "Sun Burnt Feather" LP

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This is the 3rd release from the Slow Motion Cowboys...its a beautiful record, and it stands drastically apart from any other Cowboy release in its intense honesty and dark nature.  Exiled from the cold foggy SF bay, marooned in the border country of Las Cruces, our young hero Pete Fields continues to keep the serenade magical, reaching deep into the stars and writing one amazing song after another.  It has the lonesomeness of moth flailing away in the headlights, spinning its own pattern and weaving its own tales...it holds the pleasure of worn out boots, scuffed and torn with holes, yet fitting gently on your feet as you dance another waltz with your dream lover.  

PINE HILL HAINTS WILD WEST TOUR ‘19! With Col JD Wilkes and The Slow Motion Cowboy Pete Fields.

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PINE HILL HAINTS WILD WEST TOUR ‘19!

2/1 - Dauphin Island, AL - TBA
2/2 Austin, TX - Half Step
2/3 Flagstaff, AZ - Hotel Monte Vista 
2/6 Las Vegas, NV - Backstage Bar
2/7 Tucson, AZ - Owls Club 
2/8 Bisbee, AZ - Courtyard 
2/9 Truth or Consequences, NM - TorC
2/10 Las Cruces, NM - TBA (*-saloons may or may not root or toot):

Ghost Dance LP released! Now on Arkam!

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First recorded in 2006...done in two sessions.  The first was in Olympia Washington at Dub Narcotic by Calvin Johnson, in the old warehouse with the classic 50s graffiti on the back wall, 2 inch tape analog...our van got towed right before the session, causing a huge delay, and our tour mates the Can Kickers from New London Connecticut had a van completely breakdown, thus it led to them being at the session with us.  Founding member Bradley Williams was also there, touring as a one man band (Almighty Do Me A Favor, or ADMF) and he played washtub bass on the songs that Matt Bakula played his banjo.  The Can Kickers can also be heard all throughout the record, most noticeably on such tunes as “You’re Gonna Need Somebody On Your Bond”, where Danny Spurr harmonizes and plays his five string banjo.  Lastly, Stolen Pony, a young anarchist folk group from Leitrim Ireland, were with us to because they also were touring the west coast...this led to the collaboration on the old traditional “Raggle Taggle Gypsy.”
After the tour, we went to the Black Owl Trading Co with our old doctor Lynn Bridges and in one evening crushed another 20 songs or so.  It was a magik night to say the least.  Songs from this session comprise half of the Ghost Dance record, half of the Evening Star record, and the Gypsy “Moon Pie” record, as well as a slew of singles and songs in various compilations.
K released the record in 2007.  It went through a few pressings, before coming back to Arkam.

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The Pine Hill Haints "I Never Thought The Day Would Come..." (Barcelona 10/1/2011)

 

......The New Haints Record Is Out!!!!

LP Art Katie Kat   

LP Art Katie Kat

 

CD Art by Scott Aicher

CD Art by Scott Aicher

 

The Pine Hill Haints - "Smoke" 

Behind the heat, on the edge of the burning fire, comes the quiet, ghost drifting ash darkly dancing into the night sky...the Haints midnight orchestra united for an evening in Sheffield Alabama and recorded this album of music...spirit of the Buffalo, broken heart, stars above the desert city of El Paso, skateboarding ditches at night, graveyard shovels ringing to prayer driven rhythms...the Haints deliver a fresh batch of stories from the lost southern underground.  art work by Katie Kat; cd art by the great Scott Aicher of San Pedro CA....

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