(Re)Collection #35: Resplendent III: Casket City Wolves
Updated: Aug 12, 2020
At the tale end of 2003, I completed Casket City Wolves. It was and is my favorite EP from the trilogy. I am partial to how it takes elements of I and II and combines them. It moves the ideas forward.
If I had to pick a favorite song, it wold be Judas Priest Cul de Sac. It is mournful and hopeful at the same time. Those are my benchmarks.
I had the privilege of Ben and Tim from Red Red Meat and Joe from Califone playing on 3 tracks. I forgot about that until just now as I typed this in. Pretty amazing.
You can find the playlist on YouTube here:
Judas Priest Cul de Sac w/ flute: Chris Neal, percussion: Ben Massarella and Joe Adamik
Rise the Sun (On Cassette Mountain)
Noonday Vultures Dub
Chrome Attracts The Barracudas
Casket City Wolves w/guitar: Tim Rutilli, percussion: Ben Massarella
Dreamers Dub w/guitar: Tim Rutilli, percussion: Ben Massarella, flute: Chris Neal
A favorite Resplendent song from this EP.
All songs M.Lenzi, recorded at Plastic Skull, Mastered by Mike Hagler at Kingsize Sound Lab
Pave the stale into something more humane!
Many thanks: Jane Hirt, Jim Newberry for photos, Seth Cohen, Califone, John Kendelhardt for website, Carrot Top Distribution
R.I.P. Elliott Smith