Dan Sartain started out in 2001 self-producing and self-releasing his first two albums, Crimson Guard and Romance in Stereo, before moving to Swami Records for the groundbreaking Dan Sartain vs. The Serpientes and Join Dan Sartain. He’s been called the no-wave Johnny Cash, and although it’s a title with a lot of flash, it’s also somewhat misleading. Comparisons to Johnny Cash are inevitably futile. But what Dan is is another vital link in the rock and roll visionary chain stretching from Rufus Thomas to Glenn Danzig to O.D.B. He’s a fiercely independent romantic like no other and we’re proud to be working with him.
Third Man Records presents two new Jack White-produced songs in our Blue Series of 7'' records written and performed by Dan Sartain, sounding nothing like anything he’s recorded in the past. ''Bohemian Grove'' is an almost Ethiopiques-influenced jazz-style groover and the B-side is called ''Atheist Funeral.'' Enough said.
Mr. Jack White plays piano on ''Bohemian Grove.''
A1. Bohemian Grove
B1. Atheist Funeral