Honeycomb (album)

Honeycomb (Album)

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Honeycomb is the tenth studio album by American alternative rock musician Frank Black, released in July 2005 on Back Porch Records. His first original solo work since 1996's The Cult of Ray, Honeycomb was recorded in Nashville, and features notable local session musicians, such as Steve Cropper and ex-Presley guitarist Reggie Young.


Frank Black had discussed making a Black on Blonde record for about ten years with producer Jon Tiven, where he would travel to Nashville (like Dylan with Blonde on Blonde) and record with local musicians. In 2005, Black eventually found the time to record such an album. He went to Nashville and met with musicians whom Tiven had selected for the record.Ascott, Phil. "Frank Black". Total Guitar. #140. September 2005


Unusually for a Frank Black album, it has 3 cover songs: "Song of the Shrimp," "Sunday Sunny Mill Valley Groove Day" (by Doug Sahm) and "Dark End of the Street". Black said that, for the cover of "Song of the Shrimp," he took his cue from the version by Townes Van Zandt, adding that he had never heard Elvis Presley's version.

Track listing

All songs written by Frank Black except where noted.

  1. "Selkie Bride" – 3:08
  2. "I Burn Today" – 4:09
  3. "Lone Child" – 3:14
  4. "Another Velvet Nightmare" (Black, Reid Paley) – 4:36
  5. "Dark End of the Street" (Dan Penn, Chips Moman)......
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