Kicking Up Dust (Blue Blanket Mix)

by Sodajerk

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This is a remix of a track off of the "Songs For The Empty Handed" EP. "Poppa" John never liked the vocal take on the original, so just for fun he recut them at Blue Blanket Studios in Marietta GA. While they were at it, guitarist Freddy McNeal recut the lead guitar parts, so now you have a fresh updated take on a soon to be Jerk classic about the fun side of being married.....the anti-Jerk song!

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Come on now girl put on your little black dress
It's time to hit the streets and make ourselves a little mess
It's been so long since we've had some spare time
And longer since we've had the sense to ignore the bottom line

Our friends won't know where we've run off to
But the note on the front door will say
"We're kicking up dust, we'll see you on Monday"

I know sometimes we test each other's pride
But this ring on my finger feels so damn good tonight
Turn it up the DJ finally found a good song
From back before the lighter was replaced by the cell phone

Our friends won't know where we've run off to
But the note on the front door will say
"We're kicking up dust, we'll see you on Monday"

We're gonna find out if the weekend turns on a dime
So let's kill this town in the meantime

Our friends won't know where we've run off to
But the note on the front door will say
"We're kicking up dust, we'll see you on Monday"

credits

released 01 January 2015
"Poppa" John Tucker: Drums, Vocals
Bucky Goldstein: Guitars
"Saint" Freddy McNeal: Lead Guitar
Blake Parris: Bass

Jason Salzman: Engineering and Mixing

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Sodajerk Atlanta, Georgia

Sodajerk began in Pittsburgh with longtime friends Bucky Goldstein and Poppa John Tucker and ended up in Atlanta where the band was rounded out with Blake Parris and Freddy McNeal. Uniting the best of the North and South, they mashed the booze filled swagger of The Replacements with the tear-in-my-beer twang of Johnny Cash, and something special happened....the Sodajerk sound was born. ... more

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