Think I Need A Drink
released May 2008
Six long years in the making, The Bottom Dwellers have whittled down 11 specially selected songs for 2008. Rockabilly, mexicali, nautically spooky and classic drinkers dot the Americana landscape of The Bottom Dwellers second full length release. Features mind blowing guest performances by Bob Armstrong on the singing saw and accordion, and Dave Zirbel on lap and pedal steel.
|2.||Think I Need A Drink||play||3:34|
|9.||Big In Vegas||3:08|
Promotional CD 2008
released May 2008
This collection was slapped together in a pinch to smooth over relations between the CD manufacturer and Bottom Dwellers fans who had different ideas about which day the new album, Think I Need A Drink was to be available for purchase. As a Bottom Dwellers fan, you appreciate their vast library of obscure country classics. They show their appreciation for you with this release FREE of charge.
|1.||Paso Robles (album version)||3:17|
|2.||Albacore (album version)||3:09|
|3.||Think I Need A Drink (album version)||3:34|
|4.||KDVS station ID|
|5.||Nearly Loose Your Mind (KDVS session)||2:54|
|6.||Banjo Ukulele (KDVS session)||3:19|
|7.||One Thing (KDVS session)||4:24|
|8.||Company Truck (KDVS session)||2:27|
|9.||Cecil Brown (live at Thee Parkside)||4:49|
|10.||Folsom Prison Blues (live at Thee Parkside)||3:24|
|11.||Honky Tonk Man (live at Thee Parkside)||2:58|
|12.||Old Man From The Mountain (live at Thee Parkside)||3:29|
|13.||My Uncle Used To Love Me But She Died (live at Thee Parkside)||3:29|
released June 2005
The debut album by Yolo County’s Bottom Dwellers contains over 60 minutes of home brewed country music, spanning the genera’s many facets. From Bakersfield style truck drivin’ rockers like Hey California and California Roads, to the swampy dirt music of The Devil, the Bottom Dwellers leave no stone unturned.
|3.||All Those Men||3:40|
|5.||Panda Bear Reunion||2:39|
|12.||Silver And Gold||2:33|
|13.||I Know Why||3:04|
|18.||The Devil (live)||2:25|
released June 2003
A demo CD recorded in 2003. Five originals later re-recorded for Twang Americana and a few covers for good measure. We probably still have a few copies of these laying around. Inquire if you want one.
|5.||Good Hearted Woman (W. Nelson)|
|7.||Good Old Boys (W. Jennings)|