28 September 2011
Alex Chilton's "No Sex" can be found on these releases:
This MP3 compilation includes studio and live recordings of "No Sex":
The various artists MP3 compilation New Rose Live includes a live version of "No Sex":Immediately upon completing the recording of Panther Burns' Sugar Ditch Revisited in mid-1984, Chilton returned his focus to his own solo career. He stopped playing regular gigs with Panther Burns and took with him the group's bassist, René Coman. Chilton then formed a trio with Coman and Memphis jazz drummer Doug Garrison. The trio immediately began touring intensely and recording at Ardent Studios, releasing in 1985 an EP, Feudalist Tarts, that featured his versions of songs by Carla Thomas, Slim Harpo, and Willie Tee, and releasing in 1986 No Sex. The latter EP contained three originals, including the extended mood piece, "Wild Kingdom," a song highlighting Coman's jazz-oriented, improvisational bass interplay with Chilton.
No Sex (EP) - (New Rose/Big Time, 1986; reissued 1994 on Razor & Tie)