Every Question Deserves An Answer (Third North CSS 900) 1977
Jim Prickett uses his guitar as a golf putter. Sometimes he uses keyboards and percussion that sound as though they were emanating from a $10 Casio. He sings off-key with a lazy drawl as the electric out-of-tune guitars twang mercilessly, accompanied by what sounds like a pack of hound dogs on bgvs. In essence Jim Prickett’s acoustic-cum-country-cum-garage-rock offering is a low-budget delight (and by that I don’t mean so-bad-that-it’s-good). This guy sounds like Randy Matthews after a few too many dill pickles. Home-made, sincere, beautiful one moment, cornball the next. One fun album from one deﬁnitely off-the-wall guy. 500 pressed. (The Archivist, 4th edition by Ken Scott).
From the rear cover photo you might say he has all his ducks in a row. diakoneo
I have not acquired this album yet. Thank you Donald for the rear cover photo and the track list.
|Song #||Song Title||Time|
|1-2||Nobody But You|
|1-3||One In You|
|1-4||Where Is Love|
|2-1||Tell Me Why|
|2-3||Ups And Downs|