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  • Patterson Hood Record Eater Charcoal Tee
    Item #: D2CTPH04
    65% polyester, 35% preshrunk cotton, charcoal gray tee with Patterson Hood's "Record Eater" artwork on the chest. Artwork by Jenn Bryant.
    • $20.00
  • Patterson Hood - After It's Gone 7" Vinyl
    Item #: D2LPPH02
    Patterson Hood, singer, writer and guitarist from the band Drive-By Truckers assembled The Downtown 13, a musical collective made up of some Athens Georgia's finest musicians to celebrate our town's beauty and vibrant musical heritage and to protest a developer's proposed building of a 200,000 square foot mixed used development in downtown Athens, anchored by a 94,000 sq. foot Wal-Mart. Patterson wrote "After It's Gone" out of concern for the proposed development which essentially creates a second downtown, right next to our historic one (with no connectivity between them) and threatens the local businesses that have made our beautiful town so special and beloved. The Downtown 13 cull from over 30 years of Athens' legendary music scene. Featuring members of Drive-By Truckers, Widespread Panic, R.E.M., Futurebirds, Hope for Agoldensummer, Lera Lynn, Justified True Believe and The Quick Hooks. Track listing: A: After It's Gone B: (Unspoken Pretties)
    • $10.00
  • Patterson Hood - Heat Lightning Rumbles In The Distance CD
    Item #: D2CDPH03
    Patterson Hood’s third solo record, Heat Lightning Rumbles In The Distance, will be released on September 11th on ATO Records. Hood co-produced the album with long time Drive-By Truckers’ collaborator David Barbe, who also plays bass on the album.

    All of his DBT band mates make appearances on the record (Mike Cooley, Jay Gonzalez, Brad Morgan and John Neff) as does Scott Danbom and Will Johnson from Centro-matic and Kelly Hogan. Hood’s father, famed Muscle Shoals bassist, David Hood also plays on the record.

    Hood originally started out writing a book that was a half-assed fictionalization of a very turbulent period of his life when he was 27. The book eventually stopped coming but the songs continued to pour out. Most of this album comes from a short period of time between February and June of 2011. Hood says, “The songs begin in the period that the book was set in, but don't end there, as they really just were the impetus for writing about the life I am living now and contrasting it with the troubled times of two decades ago. It is in some ways the most personal album I've ever made. There has always been a lot of me in all of the albums we've done, but usually semi-disguised as character sketches and stories, but the first person narrative in this one is pretty firmly rooted in autobiography, albeit in two dramatically differing time periods.”
    • $15.00
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