Skin cd cover

Tattoo Rodeo

Skin

Tattoo Rodeo got even bluesier with their second and final release 'Skin'. Say what you will about Churchill-Dries' work in White Sister, his voice is perfectly suited for this style. His twang is so full of emotion in songs like Charity and Chamber of Mary's Gun. Tattoo Rodeo is one of the few bands that I prefer the ballads over the rockers. johnk5150

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Track Listing

  1. Too Daze Gone
  2. Feels Like Love
  3. Chamber of Mary's Gun
  4. Can't Keep My Woman Down
  5. Charity
  6. Train
  7. Sure Enough
  8. Waiting For You
  9. Blackened

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Dennis Churchill-Dries
GUITAR: Rick Chadock
BASS: Robert Berg
DRUMS: Richard Wright
KEYBOARDS: Michael Lord

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Mausoleum
PRODUCED BY: Tattoo Rodeo
RELEASE YEAR: 1995
“Someone write me a letter. I need to know that I'm still alive. Someone give me a telephone call, I need to hear a human sound. Someone open up a door and let me out of this place. I've been caged up for oh so long I don't know if I'm living or dying.”