Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Scorched Earth: A Jason & the Scorchers Scrapbook was a true labor of love for writer Rev. Keith A. Gordon and photographer/graphic designer Paul Needham, both longtime fans of the band. The 92 page trade paperback (7.5" x 9.25") features a truly electric cover photo by Tony Mottram and over three dozen B&W interior photos, including many rare, unpublished live shots from Needham's private stash. Needham's dynamic graphic design is befitting the band's high-voltage live performance style. 

The words in Scorched Earth are by Rev. Gordon, who has been covering Jason & the Nashville Scorchers since the very beginning, the scrapbook offering up interviews with Jason Ringenberg, Warner Hodges, and manager Jack Emerson from across the band's lengthy career (1984 through 2010) as well as an illustrated discography and reviews of all the band's albums, including releases from Farmer Jason and the Bluefields.

Scorched Earth was created for the dedicated Scorchers Fan and includes editorial content from Gordon's The Other Side of Nashville book alongside long out-of-print material from several obscure publications. The book can be ordered for $9.00 postpaid in the United States, 10 GBP in the United Kingdom, 14.50 AUD in Australia, and 12 Euro for the rest of Europe.

Orders in the United States, use this link ($9.00 postpaid):


Orders for Canada, please use this link ($11.00 CAD postpaid):


Our friends in the U.K. use this link to order (10.00 GBP postpaid):


Scorchers fans in Australia can use this link to order (14.50 AUD postpaid): 


Orders from the European Union countries use this link (12.00 Euro postpaid):

Labels: , ,

3 Comments:

Blogger Unknown said...

WONDERFUL! only... how can we Scorcher fans Down Under get hold of a copy...? (Or do we still count as colonial Europeans? :)

5:02 PM  
Blogger Whisky Prajer said...

Canadian fan, here: any options for Scorcher fans north of the 49th?

10:17 AM  
Blogger Rev. Keith A. Gordon said...

Link for Canadian fans added 05/24/13

2:30 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home