Segall serves up fun covers album
Ty Segall used his music collection as inspiration to record Fudge Sandwich, gathering a handful of tracks from the late ’60s to early ’70s that have influenced him over the years. It all starts with a menacing version of Low Rider, War’s hot-rod anthem, sounding straight out of a post-apocalyptic car movie, followed by an accurate though not reverential take on the Spencer Davis Group’s I’m a Man. On John Lennon’s Isolation, Segall substitutes rancid-sounding guitars for the original’s piano parts. Segall says Fudge Sandwich was made just for fun and that’s exactly what you’ll have listening to it.
Ty Segall Fudge Sandwich (In the Red)