Night Of The Living Dregs
"Night Of The Living Dregs" was released in 1979 and consisted of four new studio tracks (the first four songs on the album) and four songs recorded live at Switzerland's Montreux Jazz Festival in July of 1978. The last of the Ken Scott-produced Capricorn recordings, guitarist Steve Morse was to shortly take over the production duties on subsequent albums, thus fully realizing the power and uniqueness of his compositions. Standout tracks on "Night Of The Living Dregs" include "The Bash" and "Punk Sandwich" -- both highly recommended for guitarists who haven't heard anything to make their jaws drop lately.
|04:13||Country House Shuffle||Instrumental|
|03:17||The Riff Raff||Instrumental|
|06:45||Long Slow Distance||Instrumental|
|04:21||Night Of The Living Dregs||Instrumental|
|Ken Scott||Production, Engineering|
|Janie Geiser||Cover Illustration|
|Recorded at Chateau Recorders, Los Angeles, Mountain Recorders, Montreux, Switzerland and Axis Sound Studio, Atlanta.
"Night Of The Living Dregs", "The Bash", "Leprechaun Promenade" and "Patchwork" were recorded live at the Montreux Jazz Festival, July 23, 1978.
Digitally remastered at PolyGram Studios.