Fast Tracks: Reigning Sound’s “You Did Wrong”


TRACK 5

“You Did Wrong”

From Reigning Sound’s Shattered

MERGE

Liner notes: “Where have you been, my friend? I’ve been calling you for days,” croons Greg Cartwright, comforting a heartbroken pal in this bracing garage-soul lament.

Behind the music: The Memphis multitasker has a slew of other bands on his résumé, such as the Oblivians and Compulsive Gamblers.

Check it out if you like: Retro floor-shakers like the Deadly Snakes and King Khan & the Shrines.

This review originally appeared in the July/August 2014 Issue of Mother Jones.

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