This is a version of “Big Blue Easy”  (the 3rd song on the record), but it is without the bass guitar.  It might be better this way.  I dunno.  Enjoy.

The world doesn’t need any more songs… They’ve got enough. They’ve got way too many. As a matter of fact, if nobody wrote any songs from this day on, the world ain’t gonna suffer for it. Nobody cares. There’s enough songs for people to listen to if they want to listen to songs… unless someone’s gonna come along with a pure heart and has something to say. That’s a different story… Bob Dylan

"Delicious Medicine" is the 5th song on "Death & Taxes: Volume One".  It’s also my personal favorite.  I hope you enjoy.

 This Orange Custom Retro 50 is the bees knees.  Everyone who uses it pretty much says it’s the best amp they’ve ever heard for distorted sounds.  I completely agree.  I don’t loan it out anymore.  This amp now resides in the Sharky H. Towers private reserve.  You wanna use the Krank?  Sure.  The Orange?  No.

 This Orange Custom Retro 50 is the bees knees.  Everyone who uses it pretty much says it’s the best amp they’ve ever heard for distorted sounds.  I completely agree.  I don’t loan it out anymore.  This amp now resides in the Sharky H. Towers private reserve.  You wanna use the Krank?  Sure.  The Orange?  No.

 Another shot of the JMP.  The thing has been restored by Tom Phillips (great guy, have him work on your amps if you can get him to) and now it does the Marshall thing pretty well.  Sounds like a JCM800.  It kind of gives you instant Jawbreaker when you crank it up and start blazing.

 Another shot of the JMP.  The thing has been restored by Tom Phillips (great guy, have him work on your amps if you can get him to) and now it does the Marshall thing pretty well.  Sounds like a JCM800.  It kind of gives you instant Jawbreaker when you crank it up and start blazing.

 This is a ‘76,’77 or ‘78 JMP that Derrick bought from Cowboy Star (R.I.P.) in Santa Barbara in 1999 or 2000.  It was notably used on Bad Astronaut’s song “Greg’s Estate” and was notably blown up by Leon (Chris Rest) while practicing with RKL during one of their numerous reunions earlier this decade.

 This is a ‘76,’77 or ‘78 JMP that Derrick bought from Cowboy Star (R.I.P.) in Santa Barbara in 1999 or 2000.  It was notably used on Bad Astronaut’s song “Greg’s Estate” and was notably blown up by Leon (Chris Rest) while practicing with RKL during one of their numerous reunions earlier this decade.

JawsAttacks!com Moves To It’s New Home

I’ve set up a new site to coincide with the digital release of “Death & Taxes: Volume One”.  You can still look at the old site at http://old.jawsattacks.com. You’ll have to resubscribe to the RSS feed, and if you’re a fan I suggest you do that as I’ll be putting a whole pile of goodies in the stream.  I’ll be putting up rough mixes and tracks from my work on “Death & Taxes: Volume Two” (due out sometime this decade) as well as some old stuff and random tracks from projects I’m producing. Keep it tight.