Ty Segall Announces New Solo Covers Album Fudge Sandwich

Music News
09/06/2018
Jasmine Albertson
Photo by Amber Knecht

Prolific garage rock force Ty Segall has announced a new album of covers called Fudge Sandwich. The record sees Segall take on songs by John Lennon, Neil Young, the Grateful Dead, Funkadelic, and more. Today, he’s shared his fuzzy take on Spencer Davis Group’s 1967 single “I’m A Man.” Fudge Sandwich follows Segall’s collaborative album with White Fence, Joy, which dropped this summer as well as early 2018’s solo album, Freedom’s Goblin. Listen to “I’m A Man,” read the tracklist for Fudge Sandwich, and watch Segall’s 2017 KEXP in-studio performance below.

 

TRACKLIST:

01 “Lowrider” (War)
02 “I’m A Man” (Spencer Davis Group)
03 “Isolation” (John Lennon)
04 “Hit It And Quit It” (Funkadelic)
05 “Class War” (The Dils
06 “The Loner” (Neil Young)
07 “Pretty Miss Titty” (Gong)
08 “Archangel Thunderbird” (Amon Düül II)
09 “Rotten To The Core” (Overkill)
10 “St. Stephen” (The Grateful Dead)
11 “Slowboat” (Sparks)

 

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