Revenge Served as Barbeque (Dickey F, Ukraine) 2:26
Rani discovers of a part of her family history that she never knew before, and this is the instigating incident that really drives The Virgin Birth of Sharks.
It culminates in a particular project Rani undertakes that I won’t spoil here beyond saying (as the name of this track implies) that it involves an act of revenge.
It took me a long time to find the right track for this element in the book, but as soon as I heard Dickey F’s guitar for the first time I knew he was my guy. His playing is beautiful and his sound was both fierce and joyous, which is just about right for a satisfying act of revenge.
On top of that, he helped solidify the bluesy backbone of the album while playing in a style that’s entirely distinct from the other pure blues track, Shaila’s Prison Blues by Richard Bethell (Track ).
I added an intro to the track, using fire-related sound files from FreeSound.org (all the details are in the credits below for anyone who’s interested).
If this track has just whetted your appetite and you’re looking for more, here’s Dickey F playing Snake Skin Blues from his album Crokodile Tears.
This track is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Revenge Served as Barbeque is a track originally titled Born in Norilsk by Dickey F (home page), which can be found here. It was released under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License and as a derivative work Revenge Served as Barbeque is released under the same license.
It has been altered by adding the Firestarter Intro, constructed from the following sounds:
1. Strike a match by FreeSound.org contributor thewestwind under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
2. Bonfire Being Lit by FreeSound.org contributor samararaine under a Creative Commons 0 1,0 Unported License (public domain).
3. Fire in a Woodburning Stove by FreeSound.org contributor Benboncan under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
4. Roaring House Fire Wall Fall In by FreeSound.org contributor 7778 under a Creative Commons 0 1,0 Unported License (public domain).