Steel Wool - Simple Men Who Like Working With Their Hands download mp3 album
Producer – Phil Ek, Steel Wool. Written-By – Steel Wool (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B6). Notes. Came with a printed insert Recorded at Word Of Mouth 1993. Published by Rock Hut Music, except A3.
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Steel wool, also known as iron wool, wire wool, steel wire or wire sponge, is a bundle of very fine and flexible sharp-edged steel filaments. It was described as a new product in 1896. It is used as an abrasive in finishing and repair work for polishing wood or metal objects, cleaning household cookware, cleaning windows, and sanding surfaces.
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Admittedly this doesn’t really explain why Italians like using their hands when they talk. But maybe, just maybe, they’ve known for a long time what science is only beginning to understand – that expressing yourself with your hands is a great way to help your brain out.
I use 00 steel wool a lot for finishing with lacquer. I generally rub everything down with it after the sealer coat to get rid of the nibs and dirt, right before topcoating with lacquer. My biggest gripe with steel wool is some brands have those little pads put together to where you can't unwind them. Makes for a lot of waste so I started using wool by the roll. I like that much better, cut off what I need and use all of it.
People who talk with their hands are also seen as more trustworthy and charismatic. Think about that for a second. The next time you see someone talk with their hands, don’t make a joke about it. Instead, think about the cultural significance for Italians and the studies that prove that talking with your hands is actually a good thing.
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Written-By – Mr. Hank Williams*
|5||Up Pops The Sun||2:24|
|6||Eat My Dust||1:40|
|8||Waste Of Skin||1:55|
|12||Beat On A Moose||1:28|
|13||Coffee And Grapefruit||3:51|
- Distributed By – EFA – 12351-2
- Recorded At – Word Of Mouth Studios
- Edited At – Hanzsek Audio
- Art Direction – Steve Dukich
- Drums, Maracas, Guitar – Dave Pelo*
- Edited By – Chris Hanzek*, Phil "cha cha" Ek*
- Electric Bass, Vocals, Slide Guitar, Organ, Xylophone – Steve Dukich
- Electric Guitar, Vocals – Sean Hollowell
- Electric Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica, Drums – John Wright
- Engineer – Phil Ek
- Layout – John Kenny
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Jim Collier
- Producer – Phil Ek, Steel Wool
- Written-By – Steel Wool (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0718751235120
- Matrix / Runout: BOD EFA 12351
- Label Code: LC 6838
|MT-225||Steel Wool||Simple Men Who Like Working With Their Hands (LP, Album)||Empty Records||MT-225||US||1993|
|MT-225||Steel Wool||Simple Men Who Like Working With Their Hands (CD, Album)||Empty Records||MT-225||US||1993|