Don Dixon – I’m A Ham Well You’re A Sausage – Cassette
Don Dixon is a musician, songwriter, and producer known for his work in the power pop and rock genres. He has released several solo albums throughout his career, including “Most of the Girls Like to Dance but Only Some of the Boys Like To” and “E-E-E.” Additionally, he has collaborated with various artists as a producer, including R.E.M., The Smithereens, and Marshall Crenshaw.
Dixon is considered to be one of the key producers of what is called the jangle pop movement of the early 1980s. He spent thirteen years as a member of NC cult heroes Arrogance. Around 1983, Dixon attracted attention by co-producing with Mitch Easter, R.E.M.’s landmark debut LP Murmur.
He then spent several years producing the work of varied artists including Chris Stamey (formerly of The dB’s) and The Smithereens. Considered to be a highlight of this period was Tommy Keene’s Run Now EP.
This success led to Dixon recording his solo debut Most of the Girls Like to Dance But Only Some of the Boys Like To, a further affirmation of his love of classic pop melodies and spiky, Nick Lowe-inspired wordplay.
Brand new, never played and still in the factory plastic but promo cut in spine
Don Dixon, Age 8 – (with Ann Dixon)
Your Sister Told Me
Heart In A Box
Renaissance Eyes – (live)
Teenage Suicide (Don’t Do It)
Million Angels Sigh
Oh Cheap Chatter (Why Don’t I Seem Like A Man To You)
I Can Hear The River
Gimme Little Sign
Calling Out For Love (At Crying Time)
Don Dixon, Age 8 – (with Susan Dixon)