By this time Hutchens and Carter had given their musical collaboration a "band name": Bloodkin. People started to notice, and some even started covering some Bloodkin compositions; most notably Widespread Panic, who wound up recording three Bloodkin songs, and who continue to play those and other Bloodkin songs live. Panic's cover of "Can't Get High" peaked at 27 on the Billboard AOR charts. Daniel also wound up playing with ex-Velvet Underground member Moe Tucker in the early-to-mid 90's; he played on three of her albums and several of her tours. In 1994 Bloodkin released their first official CD, GOOD LUCK CHARM. The project was produced by Johnny Sandlin (legendary producer of the Allman Brothers, Eddie Hinton, and so many others).
Bloodkin recording projects over the years have also featured producers John Keane (R.E.M, Cowboy Junkies, etc.), and, more often than any other producer, David Barbe (Sugar, Son Volt, Drive By Truckers, etc.). The full Bloodkin discography reads as follows: GOOD LUCK CHARM (1994) CREEPERWEED (1996) OUT OF STATE PLATES (1999) ALL DOLLED UP (live) (2000) THE BLOODKIN COMMUNITY GOSPEL REHAB (2001) RAVIN' BEAUTIES (2002) LESSER (Daniel Hutchens solo) (2003) LAST NIGHT OUT (2005) LOVESONGS FOR LOSERS (Daniel Hutchens solo) (2006) BABY, THEY TOLD US WE WOULD RISE AGAIN (2009) check out: YOUTUBE.COM/BLOODKINBAND http://www.myspace.com/bloodkinmusic WWW.BLOODKIN.NET Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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