Vinyl LP pressing. Ian Hunter's wonderful Dirty Laundry album from 1995, which featured the legendary Dirty Laundry line up, will be issued for the first time as a limited edition LP via Big Dipper. The record features Hunter with Casino Steel, Darrell Bath, Honest John Plain and ex-Pistol Glen Matlock (on bass) and original Mott The Hoople sideman Blue Weaver plays keyboards on five tracks. The album was produced by Bjorn Nessjo and was well received, thanks in part to excellent word-of-mouth and a hit single in 'My Revolution'. After Hunter and Steel agreed that Nessjo was the man for the job, they arranged a few rehearsals with the band before herding them to Abbey Road Studios in July of '94 with engineer Rune Nordal. The Norwegian producer had a reputation as one who could use his arranging and orchestration skills to create songs from slivers of musical ideas and meet deadlines. The result was a real cracker with some wonderful material, including moving ballads like 'The Other Man', 'Red Letter Day' and the beautiful 'Scars' and fiercer, spiky numbers like 'Another Fine Mess' and 'Dancing On The Moon'.