Nine High a Pallet

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Nine High a Pallet
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Studio album by brute.
Released September 12, 1995
Recorded December 1993
Genre Rock, Southern rock, jam
Label Capricorn (1995)
Velocette (2002)
Producer Scott Stuckey
brute. chronology
Nine High a Pallet
(1995)
Co-Balt
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link
Robert Christgau A- link
Entertainment Weekly A- link

Nine High a Pallet is the first studio album by brute., a band based in Athens, Georgia, USA, which was a collaboration band between the guitarist Vic Chesnutt and members of Widespread Panic.

The band Brute played 5 shows under that moniker, and Vic would collaborate with the band several more times before his death.[1][2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Vic Chesnutt, except as shown.

  1. "Westport Ferry" – 2:56
  2. "Blight" (Chesnutt, Houser, Nance, Schools) – 4:07
  3. "Good Morning Mr. Hard on" – 3:46
  4. "I Ain't Crazy Enough"
  5. "Protein Drink/Sewing Machine" ("Sewing Machine" co-written by Tina Chesnutt)
  6. "Let's Get Down to Business"
  7. "George Wallace"
  8. "PC"
  9. "Snowblind" (Hoyt Axton)
  10. "Miserable"
  11. "Bastards in Bubbles"
  12. "Cataclysm" – 8:36

Personnel[edit]

brute.
Vic Chesnutt – guitar, vocals, harmonica
John Bell – dobro, vocals
Michael Houser – guitar, vocals
Todd Nance – percussion, drums, vocals
Dave Schools – bass guitar, percussion, vocals
John Hermann – keyboards
Guest performers
John Hickman – harp
John Keane – pedal steel guitar
David Lowery – guitar
Production
John Keane – engineer
Scott Stuckey – producer, engineer, mixing, remastering
Don Zientara – mixing

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