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“WILD WAYS”

The latest studio album by Uncle Leon and the Alibis

Hold On
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Cold Dark Night
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All My Crazy Friends Got Old and Lame
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Loving a Cowboy
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Fuck the World
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The Cheatin’ Kind
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Don’t Blame This Guitar
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It Ain’t That Easy
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Wild Ways
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Whiskey and Weed and Big-Titted Women

Also available as a limited-edition Compact Disc.

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Wild Ways on CD

For the discerning audiophile, and collectors of fine objets d’art, we offer this charming throwback to a simpler, more sonically complete era: The Wild Ways Limited-Edition Compact Disc. Featuring all ten songs, lovingly mastered straight from tape, and delivered direct to you in all their vivid, uncompressed glory. The handsome Digipak-style package includes our notorious “drunk pin-up” cover art. Inside, you’ll find high-resolution photographs, taken inside the actual recording studio, as well as exclusive fine-print “shout-outs” not available in any other medium. And, as a special bonus, the disc itself features unique pseudo-tape-reel artwork—a whimsical nod to the album’s analog roots. Whether you’re an aficionado of hi-fi audio, a connoisseur of quality design, or you just need something solid to throw at your grandkids when they ask, “What’s a CD?”, you’ll find the Wild Ways compact disc a valued and treasured keepsake for years to come. $10   

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Album Credits

Leon Chase – Vocals and Rhythm Guitar

Neil Magnuson – Bass and Backing Vocals

Charlie “Chedda” Aceto – Lead Guitar

Dave Varriale – Drums and Percussion  

Additional backing vocals provided by the Hell’s Kitchen Drunken Men’s Choir. Horns appear courtesy of the 58th Street Home for Wayward Girls Brass-Knuckle Band.  

Recorded and mixed on 24-track analog tape by TJ Swan at Velvet Swan Recording, New York City.

Mastered by Joe Lambert at JLM, Brooklyn, New York.  

All songs copyright © 2012 Leon Chase. All Rights Reserved.

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Uncle Leon and the Alibis Live in Brooklyn

Released: 2011
Leon Chase: Vocals and Guitar.
Neil Magnuson: Bass and Backup Vocals.
Charlie Aceto: Lead Guitar.
Dave Varriale: Drums.
Recorded live at Southpaw (RIP) in Brooklyn, New York, September 11, 2010. Live recording by Ken Heitmeuller. Mixed and mastered by Leon Chase.

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In A Dairy Queen Parking Lot (Live)
Here Alone (Live)
Cousin Dan (Live)
Blue Sky and Blacktop (Live)
Big Idea (Live)
Hot Rod Mamas (Live)
Beer Train (Live)
Drugstore Roses (Live)
Telegraph Road (Live)
Good-Time Woman (Live)
Someday You'll Call My Name (Live) *
Baby Got Back (Live) **
All My Crazy Friends Got Old and Lame (Live)

Rollin’ with a Rollergirl – Single

Released: 2010
Leon Chase: Vocals and Guitar.
Neil Magnuson: Bass.
Charlie Aceto: Lead Guitar.
Dave Varriale: Drums.
Backup Vocals: Brigitte Barhot, GalXC, Margaret Thrasher, Rat-A-Tat Kat, Swede Hurt, and Sweet Sherry Pie of the Gotham Girls Roller Derby.
Recorded by TJ Swan at Velvet Swan Recording in New York City, May 2010.

Rollin' with a Rollergirl

Roller Derby Saved My Soul

Released: 2007
Leon Chase: Vocals and Guitar.
Neil Magnuson: Bass and Backup Vocals.
Charlie Aceto: Lead Guitar.
Sara Landeau: Drums.
Track #1 recorded at Emandee Studios in Brooklyn, New York, October 2006. Track #6 recorded live by Ken Heitmeuller at Southpaw in Brooklyn, New York, September 2006. All other tracks recorded by Justin Lezama in New York City, May 2007.

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Roller Derby Saved My Soul
In A Dairy Queen Parking Lot
Wakin' and Bakin'
Someday You'll Call My Name *
The Trash and the Rust

Drunk

Released: 2006
Leon Chase: Vocals and Guitar.
Neil Magnuson: Bass and Backup Vocals.
Baby Maria:Drums.
Recorded at Emandee Studios in Brooklyn, New York, March 2006.

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Hot Rod Mamas
My Love is Like A Monster Truck
Beer Train
Blue Sky and Blacktop
Big Idea
Here Alone
Me 'n' Hank
Baby Got Back **
Telegraph Road
Drugstore Roses
* “Someday You’ll Call My Name” written by Eddie Hill and Jean Branch, copyright Sony/ATV music.
** “Baby Got Back” written by Anthony L. Ray, copyright Mix-A-Lot Publishing.
All other songs on this page are copyright Leon Chase.