Posted by: will | March 1, 2007

Baby Teeth Release Online EP…


It would be fitting enough to just be excited about Baby Teeth’s upcoming Lujo release, The Simp, but when the band rolls out a web-only EP full of songs that are covers of their fellow Chicago-based artists, we think it’s time to flip out. We Live Here is the name of the EP and it came about as a way for the band to pay tribute to their hometown. The band covers Joanna Newsom, Liz Phair, and Curtis Mayfield, they even sneak in a couple of collaborations with Bobby Conn and Kelly Hogan so that the rich history of Chicago is represented and respected.

The band’s entire EP is just a quick scroll down from here and is available for download in its entirety, enjoy and feel free to post up all of the songs!

If you are lucky enough to live in the midwest you might even see the band as they gear up for their worldwide tour. Dates as follow:

03/08/07 Dekab, IL @ The House
w/Bobby Conn, Driver of the Year
03/09/07 Iowa City, IA @ the Picador
w/Bobby Conn, Driver of the Year
03/10/07 Rock Island, IL @ Rock Island Brewing Company
w/Bobby Conn, Driver of the Year
03/17/07 Chicago, IL @ Schubas w/ baby dayliner
03/30/07 Iowa City, IA @ The Mill Mission Creek Midwest Fest
w/Tilly & The Wall
04/05/07 Ames, IA @ Matienance Shop
w/Mucca Pazza
04/07/07 Bloomington, IN @ The Hospital

We Live Here EP

-Bad Weather feat. Kelly Hogan-
Having written this song in a late-night drunken haze, Abraham initially dismissed it as a genre exercise. But later, realizing it had genuine feeling in it, he convinced alt-country legend Kelly Hogan to come in and lay down a stunning co-lead vocal. During the session, Hogan kept apologizing for her performance — as if she were doing anything less than burning down the place.
– Saint James Infirmary/Six Foot One –
Another Abraham home recording, setting the blues chestnut “Saint James Infirmary” and the Liz Phair’s “Six Foot One” together in a medley. Decades apart though they are, the two songs share a yearning, haunted spirit.
– Fool For You –
Re-imagining the Impressions soul stomper as a psychedelic mind-meld, Abraham constructed this dose of keyboard mania at home.
– Sarah feat. Bobby Conn-
A slow-burning collaboration among Bobby Conn, his longtime partner Julie Pomerleau, and Abraham. Bobby and Julie worked on the track and then, having hit a wall, passed it on to Abraham, who laid down a vocal melody and lyrics shortly thereafter. Bobby came back into the studio to record the sinuous duet lead vocal.


– I’ll have a review up for Baby Teeth‘s The Simp next week. It’s an interesting record to say the least.


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