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By George Gross (1909-2003), origin unknown.
Rear cover illustration by Saundry for ‘Wild West Weekly’ 1938.
released 27 November 2012
First and foremost I’d like to thank Dom and Kevin at Why Records for supporting our music and continuing their efforts in sharing it around the world.
I’d like to also thank the best producer I know, Squashy Nice. You are seriously the best beat maker ever!
Ashley Prikryl for being there for me and for the laughter and love you bring into my life.
Last but not least I want to thank the fans for supporting us all these years. I feel both lucky and blessed to know that there are people out there in all sections of the globe who enjoy our music.
I would like to thank T for believing in me from the start and being the best damn DJ on the planet.
Also giant thanks go to Dom and Kevin and Why Records for going to bat for us over and over.
Thanks to the fans in every little town across the globe. For each of you listening in your rooms or playing us in a bar, club radio station, or stadium; it brings a smile to my face.
Ev, what up?
Our first collection of tunes in 2000 was called ‘Getting Through’ and we’re glad the original intro for that album starts this one. I hope you like.
Why Records Wishes:
Many thanks to Lloyd Canham (Revolution Audio Auckland) Mastering & Post Production.
Kevin McAvinue additional Post Production, Barny INDIUM DESIGN Cover Graphics, Additional Cover concepts Kevin McAvinue, Publicist Martyn Pepperell, ‘Cherry Sprinkles’ website and internet.
Top Cats Stinky Jim, Gin Halligan, Wams Jams, DJ Dubhead, Max, Timmy from Base FM, Aaron at Radio One Dunedin, Renee Jones and Dylan Pellett at IMNZ, Customer services at Diskmakers New Jersey. Philip, Daniel & Rene @ Ordis Austria digital carriers, Nicki & Mary @ Direct Club Greece.
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