Album artwork for Gunn Vile by Kurt Vile And Steve Gunn

Kurt Vile and Steve Gunn, two artists originally connected by mutual friends and geographic proximity, have long pushed the other’s continued artistic development. Despite sharing many live stages over the years, this collaborative LP represents the first time that the two have worked together in the studio. Vile’s side sees him recast tracks by John Prine (“Way Back When”) and Randy Newman (“Pretty Boys,” featuring some truly electric guitar flourishes from Gunn) as if they were KV originals. The theme of reinvention continues with Vile tearing through a solo banjo rendition of his “Red Apples” (originally from his “God Is Saying This To You…” LP), retitled here as “Red Apples For Tom Scharpling.” Gunn takes on a late period Nico track, “60/40,” and pulls a lysergic rocker out of the track’s goth-ish roots. The bulk of Gunn’s contribution is the epically winding “Spring Garden,” a track in the vein of some of his other long-form guitar excursions. Featuring signature contributions from Vile and Mary Lattimore, this hypnotizing cut is unmistakably a classic in Gunn’s catalog.

Kurt Vile And Steve Gunn

Gunn Vile

Three Lobed Recordings
Album artwork for Album artwork for Gunn Vile by Kurt Vile And Steve Gunn by Gunn Vile - Kurt Vile And Steve Gunn
Album artwork for Gunn Vile by Kurt Vile And Steve Gunn
LP+

$21.99

Purple Vinyl

Includes download code
Released 01/14/2022Catalogue Number

LP-TLR-111C

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Kurt Vile And Steve Gunn

Gunn Vile

Three Lobed Recordings
Album artwork for Album artwork for Gunn Vile by Kurt Vile And Steve Gunn by Gunn Vile - Kurt Vile And Steve Gunn
Album artwork for Gunn Vile by Kurt Vile And Steve Gunn
LP+

$21.99

Purple Vinyl

Includes download code
Released 01/14/2022Catalogue Number

LP-TLR-111C

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Kurt Vile and Steve Gunn, two artists originally connected by mutual friends and geographic proximity, have long pushed the other’s continued artistic development. Despite sharing many live stages over the years, this collaborative LP represents the first time that the two have worked together in the studio. Vile’s side sees him recast tracks by John Prine (“Way Back When”) and Randy Newman (“Pretty Boys,” featuring some truly electric guitar flourishes from Gunn) as if they were KV originals. The theme of reinvention continues with Vile tearing through a solo banjo rendition of his “Red Apples” (originally from his “God Is Saying This To You…” LP), retitled here as “Red Apples For Tom Scharpling.” Gunn takes on a late period Nico track, “60/40,” and pulls a lysergic rocker out of the track’s goth-ish roots. The bulk of Gunn’s contribution is the epically winding “Spring Garden,” a track in the vein of some of his other long-form guitar excursions. Featuring signature contributions from Vile and Mary Lattimore, this hypnotizing cut is unmistakably a classic in Gunn’s catalog.