Afghan Whigs - Uptown Avondale

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Afghan Whigs - Uptown Avondale

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Uptown Avondale is an EP by the band The Afghan Whigs. It bears the Sub Pop catalog number SPCD 53/215 and is representative of the Cincinnati band's soul influences. The EP contains covers of 4 classic Stax/Motown-era tracks:

"Band of Gold", which was made famous by Freda Payne (after being rejected by Diana Ross and The Supremes)

"True Love Travels on a Gravel Road", by Dallas Frazier/A.L. Owens, recorded by Elvis Presley and Percy Sledge among others

"Come See About Me", a Holland–Dozier–Holland song that was a hit for The Supremes

"Beware", by the Rev. Al Green

It also contains a stark, robotic remix of the Whigs song "Milez Is Ded" as a hidden track

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