Countach (For Giorgio) by Shooter Jennings

Countach (For Giorgio) Shooter Jennings ★★★★ Countach (For Giorgio) is an always interesting, and often incredible, explosion of the deep seventies.       The seventies were the decade of punk and disco, of Pinochet and Thatcher and the Historic Compromise, when AIDS and Reagan loomed. It's when Outlaw Country came into its own, the same way that cyberpunk would later in the decade; by positioning itself explicitly against the work of women in the genre the decades prior. Which is all a way of saying that as left field as outlaw disco might sound on its face, Shooter Jennings' Countach (For Giorgio) actually makes plenty of sense....
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