Guarapero/Lost Blues 2
|Guarapero/Lost Blues 2|
|Compilation album by Will Oldham|
|Released||21 February 2000|
|Pitchfork Media||6.8/10 link|
Guarapero/Lost Blues 2 is the title of a 2000 album by Will Oldham. It is the second compilation of singles, rarities, and live performances, after Lost Blues and Other Songs (1997). A third Oldham compilation, Little Lost Blues, was released in 2006.
The lyrics of "The Risen Lord", an alternative version of which appeared on the 2004 EP Black/Rich Music, are taken from a poem by D. H. Lawrence. "Big Balls" is a version of a song by AC/DC (with lyrics rewritten by Oldham), and "Every Mother's Son" was originally performed by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
- "Drinking Woman"
- "The Spider’s Dude Is Often There (Peel session 27/11/93)"
- "Let the Wires Ring"
- "Big Balls"
- "For the Mekons et al. (live at the Lounge Ax 17/11/94)"
- "Stable Will (live at the Lounge Ax 17/11/94)"
- "Every Mother’s Son"
- "No More Rides"
- "The Risen Lord (unreleased single version)"
- "Boy, Have You Cum (unreleased single version)"
- "Take However Long You Want"
- "Sugarcane Juice Drinker (unreleased track from Joya sessions)"
- "Call Me a Liar (unreleased track from Joya sessions)"
- "O Lord Are You in Need (Peel session 07/07/95)"
"Apocolypse, No! (alternate take)" is track "0" on the CD (in the Pregap) and last track of side 4 of vinyl version
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