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$1000 Wedding - Originally sung by Gram Parsons (who also wrote the song), and later covered by Evan Dando and Juliana Hatfield for the Return Of The Grievous Angel CD tribute to Parsons. The original version can be found on the GP/Grievous Angel album.
3-9-4 - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily, and featured on the album Hate Your Friends. Includes quotes from the poem "My Life had stood - a Loaded Gun" by Emily Dickinson.
6ix - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, featured on the album Car Button Cloth. The lyrics, and the title, are based on the film Se7en (Seven), starring Brad Pitt and Gwyneth Paltrow.
7 Powers - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily, featured on the album Lick. According to an interview with this site, this song was loathed by Corey Loog Brennan, who fought with Ben over it.
Alison’s Starting To Happen - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, featured on the album It's A Shame About Ray. The song was written about Nic Dalton's ex-girlfriend, Alison Galloway.
All My Life - Evan Dando song, written by Ben Lee, featured on the album Baby I'm Bored. Lee wrote this song always intended for Evan to sing, and tried to write it from Dando's perspective.
Alvarez, Karl - Descendants' bass player, currently working on the new Lemonheads album.
Amazing Grace - Lemonheads song, a punky reworking of the traditional Christian hymn, featured on the album Hate Your Friends.
Amory Arms - Record label, who were responsible (along with Huh Bag records) for the release of the Lemonheads' first record, Laughing All The Way To The Cleaners. Owned by Patrick Amory, a DJ (at the time) at Boston radio station WHRB.
Anyway - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily, featured on the album Lick.
A Song For You - Originally written and performed by Gram Parsons, and often covered by Evan Dando in his live performances.
Armstrong, Craig - Scottish producer and composer, renowned for his work on soundtracks for several films including Romeo + Juliet, Moulin Rouge, and Love Actually. Evan Dando provided vocals for (and co-wrote) the song Wake Up In New York for Armstrong's 2002 album As If To Nothing.
Arnold, Mark - Former member of M.I.A. and All Systems Go, toured with The Lemonheads in 2006, working behind the sound desk and contributing lead guitar on live performances of Become The Enemy.
Ashley, Devon - Former drummer with The Pieces, and member of Those Young Lions, played with The Lemonheads on their autumn/winter 2006 world tour.
Atlantic - Record label to whom Lemonheads signed in 1990. Atlantic released four Lemonheads albums, and a best of compilation, before they parted company in 1998.
Au Bord de la Seine - Evan Dando song, written by Dando and Ben Lee, featured as a b-side to CD2 of the single Stop My Head. Sometimes known as Fat, Broke, Bald, Armed and Angry.
Baby I'm Bored - Evan Dando's first major solo studio album, released in 2003 on Setanta Records (UK) and Bar None (US).
Baby's Home - Written by Tom Morgan, and recorded as a demo by The Givegoods under the title Hey Josephine. Recorded by The Lemonheads for their 2006 self-titled album.
Baby You're A Drag - Recorded by Evan Dando for the Burnzy's Last Call soundtrack.
Ba de da - Originally by Fred Neil (and found on his albums Do You Ever Think Of Me, Everybody's Talkin, and The Many Sides of Fred Neil) and recorded by Evan Dando for the Griffith Sunset EP - on which it is featured twice!
Balancing Act - Originally by Volcano Suns, from their album The Bright Orange Years, Lemonheads recorded this as a double A-side with Galveston.
Ballad of El Goodo - Big Star song, to be found on their albums Story and No.1 Record/Radio City, covered by Evan Dando for the Empire Records soundtrack.
Ballarat - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, the opening track of the album Lovey. Many have tried, but as yet we've been unable to decipher the lyrics!
Bannister, Michelle - The female star of the video for My Drug Buddy.
Bar/None Records - New Jersey based record label, who put out the US release of Evan Dando's 2003 album Baby I'm Bored.
Be A Lemonhead (Beautiful Junkie) - Song written about Evan Dando and released in 1996 by The Elevator Drops.
Beautiful - Originally a hit for Christina Aguilera, covered by The Lemonheads on the album Varshons.
Become The Enemy - Lemonheads song, written by Bill Stevenson, and featured on the 2006 self-titled album. Released as the first single from that record in October 2006.
Being Around - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Tom Morgan and featured on the album Come On Feel The Lemonheads. Originally released in acoustic form as a double A side with Mrs Robinson.
Belt - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and featured on the album Hate Your Friends.
Berends, Ruud - Head of Dutch booking firm Paperclip, Ruud was responsible for booking the 1989 European tour which convinced Lemonheads to reform after briefly parting ways.
Berz, George - Has played with Dinosaur Jr, J Mascis & The Fog, and Mike Watt. Drummed with Evan Dando on recent solo tours and under the Lemonheads banner. Most recently, George stepped in to play drums on the Autumn 2008 European tour, when the previous drummer had to exit the tour for personal reasons.
Big Gay Heart - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Tom Morgan, and featured on the album Come On Feel The Lemonheads. Released as a single in 1994.
Bit Part - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Tom Morgan, and featured on the album It's A Shame About Ray.
Black Gown - Opening track on the album The Lemonheads, written by Evan Dando.
Blake Babies - Band formed in Boston in 1986, featuring occasional Lemonheads members Juliana Hatfield and John Strohm. Evan Dando has appeared as a guest bassist and vocalist on several of the band's records. Blake Babies website.
Blasting Room Studios - Recording studio in Fort Collins, Colorado in which The Lemonheads recorded their 2006 self-titled album.
Boner, Freda Love - Drummer with the Blake Babies and The Mysteries Of Life, both of which bands have played live with The Lemonheads.
Brass Buttons - Gram Parsons song, the original of which can be found on the GP/Grievous Angel and Another Side Of This Life albums. Covered by Lemonheads for the album Lovey.
Break Me - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album Car Button Cloth.
Breath of Salt Water Recordings - The record label imprint on which Evan Dando's 2003 album Baby I'm Bored was released.
Brennan, Corey Loog - Member of the Lemonheads for one full album (Lick), he also featured on the album Lovey, and toured Europe with the band. Corey would like us to believe he attended Commonwealth High School in Boston with Evan and Ben, despite being a few years older than the boys! He played some of the earliest Lemonheads' live shows with the bands supporting them. Corey is now a University professor.
Brion, Jon - Solo artist, composer and producer, Brion produced the album Baby I'm Bored, and was a co-writer of several tracks on the album.
Brokaw, Chris - Member of Evan Dando's backing band for the album Baby I'm Bored. Brokaw also co-wrote one of the album's tracks (My Idea) with Tom Morgan. Chris' other projects have included Come, Consonant, Karate, Loog and The New Year.
Brooke, Sabrina - Dueted with Evan on his version of Lee Hazelwood's Summer Wine.
Budola - see Mark Newman
Bullet Lavolta - Band formed by Corey Loog Brennan, Clay Tarver and Bill Whelan - who played several gigs with Lemonheads in the early years. An later line-up of the band toured Europe with Lemonheads in 1989.
Buried Alive - Lemonheads song, written and sung by Ben Deily, and featured on the reissue of Hate Your Friends.
Burying Ground - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily, from the album Creator. Features a stanza from Emily Dickinson #341.
C’mon Daddy - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Epic Soundtracks, and featured on the album Car Button Cloth. Evidently written about the relationship between Liv Tyler and her father Steven.
Car Button Cloth - The Lemonheads' seventh album, released in 1997 on Atlantic records.
Carlisle, Belinda - Former member of the Go-Gos, and solo artist whose hits included Heaven Is A Place On Earth and I Get Weak. Carlisle provided backing vocals on the track I'll Do It Anyway, which was written for her.
Casella, Curtis - The man behind Taang! Records, with whom Lemonheads released their first three albums (for which he was also executive producer). Former DJ at Boston's WHRB.
Cazzo di Ferro - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Corey Brennan, and featured on the album Lick. Based on the Superfetazione song Depressed and, according to Jesse, written about the TV show Ironside.
Ceiling Fan in my Spoon - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album It's A Shame About Ray. According to the press pack for the album, Evan says this song "is about a trance I was in, in a restaurant, alone."
Circle of One - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album Lick.
Clang Bang Clang - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album Creator. Also recorded under the title Left For Dead.
Come Back D.A. - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album Lick.
Come Downstairs - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, from the album Lovey.
Come On Feel The Lemonheads - Lemonheads' sixth album, released in 1993 on Atlantic Records.
Come to the Window - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily with inspiration from Matthew Arnold's poem Dover Beach, and featured on the album Creator.
Confetti - Or for the uninitiated "the kinda shoulda sorta woulda song", written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album It's A Shame About Ray. Was also released as a single.
Create Your Friends - A compilation featuring songs from Lemonheads' first two albums, Hate Your Friends and Creator. Released on Taang! Records in 1989.
Creator - Lemonheads' second album, released in 1988 on Taang!
Dalton, Nic - Once claimed that his date of birth is 6th June 1966 (in reality it's 14th November 1964). Nic Dalton joined Lemonheads as bassist, shortly after the release of the album It's A Shame About Ray, and was involved in much of the touring and promotional work for the album. He stayed with the band long enough to record and promote the next album (Come On Feel), before returning to his native Australia to run his record label Half A Cow.
Dandelion Seeds - Song from the album Varshons, originally recorded by July.
Dando, Evan - Born 4th March 1967, Evan Griffith Dando is one of the founding members of the Lemonheads, and the only member to have featured in all line ups of the band.
Dando, Holly - Sister of Evan Dando, featured in the videos for Luka, Mallo Cup and Half The Time, as well as the occasional live vocal performance with her brother.
Dandy Warhols, The - Indie rock band formed in Portland, OR in 1994. Evan co-wrote their 2003 single You Were The Last High.
Daughtry, Ben - Drummer with Lemonheads from mid-1989 to early 1990, you'll find him in the Half The Time video.
Dave and Darlene Music - The company who hold the publishing rights to the vast bulk of the Lemonheads back catalogue. Named after a series of prank calls made to friend of the band Dave, by Evan posing as a young woman called Darlene - which culminated in unilateral phone sex for Dave!
Dawn Can’t Decide - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Nic Dalton, and featured on the album Come On Feel The Lemonheads. Evan said of the song: "On the day we first demo-ed it we had stayed over our friend Jesse's house. I stole a pair of his sox, underwear and a T-shirt: hence the line: 'feels good to be Jesse on the inside today'."
Dead Or Anything - Written and performed by Evan Dando, Ben Lee, Jason Schwartzman and Tom Petersson, and released on CD in 2002, sold exclusively online.
December - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, anf featured on the album The Lemonheads.
Deep Bottom Cove - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Eric Luening. A B-side to the single release of Big Gay Heart.
Deily, Ben - A founding member of Lemonheads, for the first three albums Ben Deily shared writing and singing duties with Dando. Ben left the band circa 1989, and went on to record with the bands Varsity Drag and Pods.
Deily, Jonno - Brother of Ben, and drummer with the Lemonheads for a few gigs in the summer of 1988. Also a founding member of PODS with Ben.
Depp, Johnny - Actor and star of such movies as Edward Scissorhands, Sleepy Hollow and the Pirates Of The Caribbean trilogy, Depp featured in the promo video for It's A Shame About Ray. Johnny Depp is a personal friend of Evan Dando, and Evan has stated that the phrase Big Gay Heart was inspired by Depp's house, known as the Big Gay House.
Dickies - Over the years, Evan has paid tribute to this offbeat Los Angeles punk band with a well-worn yellow t-shirt bearing their name.
Die, Evan Dando, Die - Jeff Fox’s anti-Dando fanzine began a short-lived run in January 1994.
Die Right Now - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album Creator.
Different Drum - Written by Mike Nesmith of The Monkees, and originally recorded by Linda Ronstadt with the Stone Poneys (available on several albums). Covered by Lemonheads and released on 1990's Favorite Spanish Dishes EP.
Dirty Robot - Song from the album Varshons, featuring model Kate Moss on lead vocals. Originally recorded by Arling & Cameron.
Divan - Smudge song from their album Manilow. Recorded by Lemonheads first in acoustic form for the B-side of Mrs Robinson.
DKT/MC5 - MC5 were a rock band of the 1960s and 70s, perhaps most notable for their album Kick Out The Jams. Evan Dando was guest vocalist for a new incarnation of the band as part of their 2004 tour.
Don’t Tell Yourself - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album Hate Your Friends.
Don’t Wanna - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, from the album Hate Your Friends - also credited as Eat It.
Down About It - Written by Evan Dando and Tom Morgan. Released by Smudge on their album Manilow, and by Lemonheads on Come On Feel... According to Evan: "part of this song was originally gonna be its own song ("she's gonna give me all the time I need, to finish it and if I can't I'll sleep over") called Her Guitar".
Eastabrook, Dan - Photographer and graphic designer, responsible for popularising the phrase Kindergartners Go Home, as featured on a Lemonheads T-shirt.
Eat It - See Don't Wanna.
End Records, The - Brooklyn, NY based record label to which The Lemonheads signed in spring 2009.
Epic Soundtracks - Solo artist, brother of Nikki Sudden, and drummer with several bands before his death in 1997. Co-wrote C'mon Daddy with Evan Dando.
Evan in Heaven -Live bootleg CD, recorded at the Astoria in London, 15th October 1992.
Evan's Treasures - Live bootleg CD, compiled from live recordings of various shows in 1993.
Ever - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily, and featured on the album Lick. My personal favourite of the Ben-penned tracks!
Excuse Me Mister - Written, and originally recorded, by Gale Garnett (see the album We'll Sing In The Sunshine). Covered by Evan Dando for the Griffith Sunset EP.
Eye of Evan Dando, The - Live bootleg CD, recorded at McCabes Guitar Shop in Los Angeles, May 1993.
Fade to Black - Metallica song, recorded by Lemonheads as a B-side to the It's All True single.
Falling - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily, and featured on the album Creator.
Favorite Spanish Dishes - EP by Lemonheads, released on 12" vinyl and CD. Lead track is Different Drum.
Favorite T - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, from the album Come On Feel The Lemonheads - "a break up song about the T-shirts you lose in relationships".
Fed Up - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album Hate Your Friends.
For Shame Of Doing Wrong - Originally recorded by Richard & Linda Thompson, and to be found on their album End Of The Rainbow. Evan Dando recorded a duet of this song with Syd Straw for Beat The Retreat, an album of Richard's songs.
Fountains Of Wayne - New York based indie pop band, who have been playing together since 1986. Had their biggest hit in 2003 with the song Stacy's Mom - the tour that followed featured Evan Dando as a support act.
Fragile - Song from the album Varshons, originally recorded by Wire.
Frank Mills - Song from the musical Hair (a couple of different cast recordings of which are available), covered by Lemonheads for the album It's A Shame About Ray.
Fraulein - Townes Van Zandt tune, featured on the Drama Falls Like Teardrops album, covered by Evan Dando on the Griffith Sunset EP.
Fruit Child Large - Short-lived touring band featuring Evan Dando, Juliana Hatfield, Howe Gelb and Jon Convertino. The band played songs by all the member's main bands, as well as some country covers.
Frying Pan - Originally by Victoria Williams, from her Happy Come Home album. Recorded by Evan for Sweet Relief, a benefit album in her honour. A live version is also featured on Evan's Brattle Theatre album.
Fucked Up - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily, and featured on the Hate Your Friends album and the Laughing All The Way To The Cleaners EP (as So I Fucked Up).
Fuzzy - Boston quartet, which David Ryan seems to have been an on/off drummer with. Their second album Electric Juices was released on Tag.
Galasso, Dino - Tour Manager/Sound engineer for Evan Dando and The Lemonheads whose relationship with the band goes back to the release of Ray in 1992.
Gallagher, Noel - Singer/songwriter and guitarist with British group Oasis. Co-wrote the song Purple Parallelogram with Evan Dando.
Galloway, Alison - Friend of Evan Dando, and ex-girlfriend of Nic Dalton. Subject of the song Alison's Starting To Happen.
Galveston - Written by Jimmy Webb, and recorded by Glen Campbell. Covered by Lemonheads and released as a double A-sided single with Balancing Act in 1997.
Gibson, Bill - Gibson has been described as "one of Australia's finest exports" and has belonged to such bands as Eastern Dark and New Christs. Played bass and guitar with Lemonheads on Car Button Cloth, and toured extensively with the band.
Gilbert, Rich - Has worked with countless acts, including Tanya Donnelly, Frank Black and of course Lemonheads - playing pedal steel guitar on Car Button Cloth.
Givegoods, The - Australian band, formed by Tom Morgan and Andy Calvert.
Glad I Don’t Know - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the debut EP Laughing All The Way To The Cleaners, and the reissue of the album Hate Your Friends.
Glastonbury, The Movie - a documentary featuring footage of The Lemonheads at the Glastonbury Festival,
Godflesh Style - Remix of Style, released as a promo only 12".
Godstar - Nic Dalton's band, who released two studio albums and several singles on Nic's Half A Cow label between 1992 and 1997.
Gonna Get Along Without You Now - released as a 7" single, and on the 12" Patience and Prudence EP.
Goggin, Bryce - Record producer who has worked with countless artists, including Spacehog, The Breeders and Pavement. Producer on Car Button Cloth and Baby I'm Bored also credited for vocals, moog, organ and "banging" on Car Button Cloth!
Gotta Stop - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the reissue of Hate Your Friends.
Green Fuz - Song from the album Varshons, originally recorded by Randy Alvey & Green Fuz.
Hair - Broadway musical which debuted in 1968, and was the source of the song Frank Mills.
Half A Cow - Nic Dalton's record label, and home to such bands as Smudge, Bettie Serveert and Godstar.
Half The Time - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album Lovey.
Hamilton, Tom - Ex-bassist with The Offbeats, engineered and produced all Lemonheads releases from their first EP through to the album Lick.
Hannah & Gabi - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, from the album It's A Shame About Ray. According to Dando, it's about "the penultimate and last of my girlfriends. The song's about me and them. Its a little jumbled up but its honest".
Hard Drive - Written by Ben Lee, and performed by Evan Dando for the album Baby I'm Bored.
Hate Your Friends - The Lemonheads' first album, released on Taang! on several different vinyl colours, then reissued with extra tracks. Also a song on the album of the same name, written by Evan Dando, and released as a single in Australia only.
Hatfield, Juliana - Singer and bass player with Blake Babies, and bassist with Lemonheads for the album It's A Shame About Ray. Close friend of Evan Dando's, rumours of possible romantic links between the two were of great interest to the music press for many years.
Hatin' Spores - A Black Sabbath covers band consisting of Evan Dando, Ben Deily and John Strohm, who played a couple of shows, including one opening for the Meat Puppets.
Hazel, P. David - Drummer who became part of The Lemonheads' touring line up in August 2008, had to exit the tour for personal reasons in early October.
Heavy - 1995 film starring Liv Tyler, Shelley Winters and Debbie Harry. Evan Dando stars as Jeff, boyfriend to Tyler's character' Callie. Evan is frequently with guitar in the film, and performs several songs on the soundtrack.
He’s On The Beach - Originally by Kirsty MacColl (her version can be found on the albums What Do Pretty Girls Do, The One And Only and Galore) covered by Lemonheads as a B-side for the single Big Gay Heart. One of two tracks that Evan Dando performed at the tribute concert for Kirsty in 2002.
Hey Joe - Traditional song, made famous by Jimi Hendrix, and attempted by Lemonheads for the GOAR magazine EP.
Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye - Leonard Cohen song, covered by The Lemonheads (with additional vocals from Liv Tyler) for the album Varshons.
Hoag, Byron - Bassist with Lemonheads from August 1990 to early 1991. Hoag can be seen in action in the promotional video for Half the Time.
Holmes, Milo (aka Milo St Clare) - Son of Robyn St Clare, and the person for whom Rockin' Stroll was written.
Home - See Your Home Is Where You're Happy.
Hospital - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album Car Button Cloth.
Hot Coals - Written by Jeff Rymes of the Lonesome Strangers, and recorded by Evan Dando as one of his contributions to the Heavy soundtrack. Lyrics.
Hotel Sessions - An acoustic recording released in February 2012, comprising tracks recorded in an Australian hotel room in the early 90s.
How Can We Hang On To A Dream? - Originally by Tim Hardin, recorded by The Lemonheads and released as an iTunes exclusive bonus track for Varshons.
How Much I’ve Lied - Originally by Gram Parsons, recorded by Evan Dando on the Heavy soundtrack.
How Will I Know - Check out her Greatest Hits record for Whitney Houston's version - later recorded by Lemonheads a B-side to If I Could Talk I'd Tell You.
HP Zinker - New York based rock trio, who started recording in 1989, and with whom Evan worked on the song To One In Paradise.
Hudson, Garth - Former member of The Band, guested on Black Gown and December on the Lemonheads 2006 self-titled album.
Huh Bag - Lemonheads own short-lived record label, who released their first record (Laughing All The Way To The Cleaners) with Amory Arms.
Hungry For Love - Alternative title for the film Heavy, used on some European releases.
I am a Rabbit - Originally by New Zealand punk band Proud Scum, and covered by Lemonheads for their debut EP Laughing All The Way To The Cleaners, and included on the reissue of the Hate Your Friends album.
I Don’t Want to Go Home - Originally by Doug Sahm, and to be found on his Best of album - released by Lemonheads as a B-side on CD1 of If I Could Talk I'd Tell You.
If I Could Talk I’d Tell You - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Eugene Kelly, and included on Car Button Cloth as well as being released as a single.
I Just Can't Take It Anymore - Gram Parsons song, frequently performed live by Evan Dando during solo and band shows from 2006 onwards. Recorded by The Lemonheads for the album Varshons.
Ijzermans, Lotje - DJ on Dutch national radio station VPRO, as namechecked on the EP Mijn Naam Is Lotje.
I’ll Do It Anyway - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, for the album Car Button Cloth. Written for, and features, Belinda Carlisle.
I Like To - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on Laughing All The Way To The Cleaners and the reissue of Hate Your Friends.
In Passing - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and featured on the album The Lemonheads.
In The Grass All Wine Colored - Written and recorded by Evan Dando for his album Baby I'm Bored. Apparently, the song is the supposed thoughts of a soldier laying in the aftermath of a battle.
Into Your Arms - Written by Robyn St Clare, and originally recorded by her band The Love Positions, featuring on their album Billiepeebup. Covered by Lemonheads for the album Come On Feel... and released as a single in 1993.
It Looks Like You - Song written by Evan Dando and Jon Brion, and recorded for Evan's album Baby I'm Bored. Lyrics.
It’s A Bummer About Bourbie - PODS EP released around 1992. We're guessing it's no coincidence that this record surfaced a little while after Ray, could it be a reference to Evan?
It’s A Shame About Ray - Lemonheads' fifth album, and probably remains their most popular. Originally released as a 12 track LP, and soon reissued with Mrs Robinson tagged on the end.
Also the name of a song from the album, written by Evan Dando and Tom Morgan, and released as a single.
It’s About Time - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Tom Morgan "from the perspective of Juliana Hatfield", featured on the album Come On Feel The Lemonheads, and released as a single.
It’s All True - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, from the album Car Button Cloth, and released as a single in 1996.
I Wanna Be Your Mama Again - Song written by Doug Sahm, the original to be found on his Best Of album. Evan Dando's version featured as a B-side on CD2 of the Stop My Head single.
I Wish I Was Him - Song written by a teenage Ben Lee about Evan Dando. Still makes regular appearances in Lee's live sets, and has been covered live by Evan on several occasions.
James, Rick - Late 70s/early 80s Motown star, and artist behind such hits as Bustin' Out and Super Freak, he is featured on the Lemonheads' track Rick James Style. Rick died in August 2004, aged 56.
Jolie, Angelina - Actress and star of films such as Gone In 60 Seconds, Tomb Raider, and Alexander - Angelina Jolie was featured in the promotional video for It's About Time.
Keep On Loving You - Originally by REO Speedwagon, and to be found as the title track on their Best Of album. Live version by Lemonheads is featured as a B-side to It's All True.
Kelly, Eugene - Member of such bands as The Vaselines and Eugenius, played guitar with Lemonheads on the live recording of Keep On Loving You, as well as touring with Evan Dando and Lemonheads.
Kolderie, Paul Q - Producer at Fort Apache studios, who has worked with artists including Dinosaur Jr, Juliana Hatfield, Come and Pixies. Produced the album Lovey and the Favorite Spanish Dishes EP.
Kitchen - Lemonheads song, written by Nic Dalton, and featured on the album It's A Shame About Ray.
Knowing Me, Knowing You - Hit single for ABBA (their version can be found on countless compilations!) and recorded by Evan Dando for a 25th Anniversary tribute in their honour.
Knoxville Girl - Traditional folk song, interpreted by Evan Dando for the Lemonheads' Car Button Cloth album.
Kreilkamp, Ivan - School friend of Evan and Ben, Ivan is the man responsible for the name Lemonheads. Cover star of the album Creator.
Kweller, Ben - One time member of the band Radish, and a solo artist. Has played live with Evan on several occasions.
Langdon, Royston - Husband of Liv Tyler, ex-member of Spacehog (along with his brother Antony) and solo artist, played piano and bass on Car Button Cloth track Tenderfoot.
Lattanzi, Josh - Bassist who has recorded with Ben Kweller and Juliana Hatfield among others, before joining the Lemonheads for some live shows in 2005. He also guested on the band's 2006 album.
Laughing All The Way To The Cleaners - Debut 7" vinyl EP from the Lemonheads, originally released in 1987, and re-issued in 1993 on blue vinyl.
Laughing All The Way To The Cleaners - The Best Of The Lemonheads - A compilation album released in January 2012.
Layin' Up With Linda - Song from the album Varshons, originally recorded by G.G. Allin.
Learning The Game - Buddy Holly song (see the album Oh Boy, Only The Love Songs or The Buddy Holly Collection), covered by Lemonheads as a B-side to Into Your Arms.
Lee, Ben - Australian singer/songwriter who once wrote and released a song called I Wish I Was Him about Evan Dando. Has since written songs for and with Dando, performed alongside Evan on the single Dead Or Anything, as well as touring alongside him.
Left for Dead - see Clang Bang Clang.
Lemon Fresh Joy - Live bootleg CD, recorded at Shepherd's Bush Empire in London, 19th June 1994.
Lenny - The unofficial assumed name of the short segment of The Jello Fund, in which Dando sings about Lenny Kravitz.
Leonard, Pat - Drummer with Lemonheads for a brief period at the end of 1988, was ejected from the band before playing his first gig.
Lemon Fresh Joy/Lemon Alive - titles of bootleg CDs.
Lemonheads, The - Title of the band's 8th studio album to be relased on Vagrant records, September 2006.
Let's Just Laugh - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Bill Stevenson, and widely believed to be about George W. Bush, featured on the 2006 self-titled album.
Lick - Lemonheads' third album, and their last to be released with original label Taang!
Also, the name of a rarely sighted supergroup/tribute band consisting of Evan Dando, Tom Morgan and Nic Dalton (and on one occasion Chris Brokaw). The band have played just a handful of shows, all in Australia, between 1991 and 2007.
Li'l Seed - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, Corey Brennan and Bullet Lavolta bandmates Clay Tarver and Ken Chambers. Featured on the album Lovey.
Little Black Egg - Written by Mick Stone, and originally a hit for Nightcrawlers. Recorded by Lemonheads as a B-side to Into Your Arms.
Live Forever - Oasis song (from the album Definitely Maybe), covered by Lemonheads on the B-side to It's All True.
Live Without - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily, from the album Creator.
Loog - Corey Brennan's "ill-fated" (according to the man himself) solo project. Loog released the album Meltdown House in 1995.
Lorson, Mary - Singer with Madder Rose, and solo artist. Evan Dando was a guest vocalist on the Mary Lorson and Saint Low track Long Way Down.
Losing Your Mind - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album Car Button Cloth.
Love, Courtney - Widow of Nirvana's Kurt Cobain, and lead singer of Hole. Friend of Evan Dando, most notable for invading the stage at one his 2001 shows, and for the widely misinterpreted photos of her in bed with Dando soon after her husband's suicide.
Love Positions - Robyn St Clare and Nic Dalton's band, and the first band to release on Nic's Half A Cow label, recorded the original of Into Your Arms.
Love Song - B-side to Dead Or Anything, the Dando, Lee, Petersson, Schwartzman single.
Lovey - Lemonheads fourth album, released in 1990, their first record with new label Atlantic.
Luening, Erich Drew (aka Luening, Eric) - Evan Dando's cousin, who co-wrote the song Deep Bottom Cove.
Luka - Originally by Suzanne Vega, from her Solitude Standing album. Covered by Lemonheads, and scheduled for release on Creator, it later surfaced on the album Lick. Was also released as a single in 1989, with several different coloured vinyl versions released.
Lyon, Kenny - Writer and musician, involved with several bands including Brazzavile and Divinyls, played guitars and bass with Lemonheads on Car Button Cloth and Galveston/Balancing Act.
MacColl, Kirsty - Daughter of folk singer Ewan MacColl, and successful solo artist, Kirsty MacColl had her first single out in 1979 and continued recording until her untimely death in 2000. Evan Dando collaborated with MacColl on her version of Perfect Day, and the Lemonheads covered her song He's On The Beach. Evan joined many other musicians to play a tribute concert in her memory in 2002.
MacKenna, Hannah - Grade school classmate and ex-girlfriend of Evan Dando, and one of the title stars of the song Hannah & Gabi.
Mad - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando. The first song ever recorded by Lemonheads, during the session for Laughing All The Way To The Cleaners, but not released until it's inclusion on the B-side of Luka.
Mallo Cup - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, the opening track on the album Lick. One of my personal favourite tracks, and my alter ego on the forums!
Mascis, J - Lead vocalist and guitarist with Dinosaur Jr, and J Mascis and the Fog. Provided lead guitar on No Backbone and Steve's Boy on the Lemonheads' 2006 self-titled album.
MC5 - See DKT/MC5
Meltdown/Meltdown House - The support band for the first ever Lemonheads show, and the location of the show respectively. The show was at a house party thrown at the home of several members of the band, known as Meltdown House.
Mexico - Song from the album Varshons, originally recorded by Fuckemos.
Minogue, Kylie - Australian ex-soap star and huge international pop star. Kylie and Evan were rumoured to be going out when she spent some time with him in Sydney. Dando has stated that nothing happened between them.
Miss Otis Regrets - Written by Cole Porter and recorded by many artists including Marlene Dietrich, Linda Ronstadt, Rosemary Clooney and Kirsty MacColl before Lemonheads recorded their version as the hidden track on Come On Feel.
Mod Lang - Big Star song, check their albums Radio City or Story for the original. Covered by Lemonheads on the Crawling From Within compilation LP.
Morgan, Tom - Frontman of Smudge, has written several songs for and with Evan Dando, the pair have been regular collaborators since meeting in Australia in the early 90s.
Moses, Elizabeth - Newcastle born British model, Evan Dando's wife, and photographer (and cover star) of Baby I'm Bored.
Mrs. Robinson - Originally by Simon & Garfunkel, and featured in the 1967 film The Graduate. Lemonheads covered this song to promote the video release of the same film. Was released as a single and added on to the reissue of the album It's A Shame About Ray.
Murphy, Emmett Patrick - "Murph" was drummer with Dinosaur Jr until 1993. Drummed with Lemonheads on Car Button Cloth and the Balancing Act/Galveston single.
My Baby's Gone - Originally by Louvin Brothers, from their album of the same name. Covered by Evan Dando for the Griffith Sunset EP.
My Drug Buddy - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, from the album It's A Shame About Ray. Also released as a single.
My Hero, Zero - Original song performed by Bob Dorough and taken from the show School House Rock - recorded by Lemonheads for the album of the same name.
My Idea - Written by Tom Morgan and Chris Brokaw, and recorded by Evan for his album Baby I'm Bored. Also released by Chris on his album, Wandering As Water.
Nesmith, Mike - The one from The Monkees who always wore the woolly hat, and the writer of Different Drum.
Newman, Mark - Nickname Budola, Mark drummed with Lemonheads for a few months (including a European tour) in 1989.
No Backbone - Smudge song, written by Tom Morgan, and covered by The Lemonheads on their 2006 self-titled album.
Noise Addict - Ben Lee’s band in 1994 that recorded I Wish I Was Him.
Noonan, Polly - The inspiration for the album title Lovey, also the voice behind the answerphone message on track 11 of that album.
Nothin' - Originally by Townes Van Zandt, from his Acoustic Blues album. Recorded by Evan Dando for his Griffith Sunset EP.
Nothing True - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the debut album Hate Your Friends.
Oasis - British guitar rock/indie band, who have had a string of succesful albums and hit singles. Evan Dando tagged along on their 1994 tour, playing tambourine, and acting as a roadie.
One More Time - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album Car Button Cloth.
Out - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, from the album Creator.
Paid To Smile - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando "about the awkward time that can elapse when someone you don't know picks you up for an early morning radio interview", and included on the album Come On Feel The Lemonheads.
Paint - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, from the Favorite Spanish Dishes EP.
Paltrow, Gwyneth - Actress and star of many films including Sliding Doors, Shakespeare In Love, and Sylvia - she is the Gwyneth mentioned in the song 6ix.
Parsons, Gram - Born Cecil Ingram Connor in 1946, Parsons was a solo country singer as well as a member of the Byrds and the Flying Burrito Brothers. His profile has only grown since his death in 1973, and his work has been an influence of many artists, including Evan Dando who has covered several of his songs (including $1000 Wedding, How Much I’ve Lied, Sin City, Streets of Baltimore, Brass Buttons and Hot Burrito #1) and performed for a tribute CD and a concert in Parsons' memory.
Patience and Prudence - 1991 12" vinyl EP, featuring lead track Gonna Get Along Without Ya Now.
Peretz, Anne - Mother of Jesse, and photographer behind the cover art for the Hate Your Friends album.
Peretz, Bo - Sister of Jesse, and the cover star of Luka, as well as Lovey.
Peretz, Jesse - Joined Lemonheads as their bassist shortly after the formation of the band, and played with them up to and including the album Lovey. Peretz is now a successful director of music videos (including several Lemonheads promos and the Grammy-winning Learn To Fly video for Foo Fighters) and film.
Perfect Day - Lou Reed song, covered by Evan as part of two seprate collaborations - once with Kirsty MacColl, and once with various artists for a BBC charity single. The latter gave Evan his only UK number one hit.
Petersson, Tom - Bassist with Cheap Trick - collaborated with Evan Dando on the Dead or Anything single.
Petrol Side Salad - a bootleg CD of a London gig from 1992.
Pin Yr Heart - Originally by Jacobites, from their album Robespierre's Velvet Basement. Covered by Lemonheads as a B-side to The Outdoor Type.
Pittsburgh - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, from the album The Lemonheads.
Piss Bottle Man - Written by Mike Watt, and taken from his album Ball-Hog or Tugboat? - Evan takes lead vocals on this track.
Pixies - Boston indie rock band fronted by Black Francis aka Frank Black, who formed in 1986, and played a showcase for new bands which was one of the Lemonheads first gigs.
Plaster Caster - A song about the infamous Cynthia Plaster Caster - originally by Kiss, from the album Love Gun. Recorded by Lemonheads for their album Creator, and later featured on Kiss covers album, Kiss My A**.
Please Me, Squeeze Me - A bootleg CD, recorded in Chicago 1993.
PODS - Band formed by Ben and Jonno Deily and friends, with a couple of records
Pollen Masks - An Evan Dando song, as performed live at the Brattle Theatre, which has not yet made it to an official recording.
Postcard - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily, and featured on the album Creator.
Poughkeepsie - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album The Lemonheads.
Proud Scum - New Zealand punk band, behind the original version of Rabbit.
Purple Parallelogram - Song written by Evan Dando and Noel Gallagher, and originally scheduled for release on the Lemonheads' Car Button Cloth album, until Gallagher objected. Only available on promo copies of the album, or on the Lemonology promo. Misspelt on some promos as Purple Parallellagram.
Rabbit - See I Am A Rabbit
Rancho Santa Fe - Taken from Evan Dando's Baby I'm Bored album, and written by Dando with Patrick Doyle.
Rat - Boston punk club, which closed in 1997, and was home to the first Lemonheads club gig, and release party for the Laughing All The Way To The Cleaners EP.
Rat Velvet - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, Ben Deily and Jesse Peretz, from the album Hate Your Friends.
Reality Bites - 1995 film starring Winona Ryder and Ethan Hawke, and directed by Ben Stiller. Evan Dando makes a cameo alongside Karen Duffy in the closing credits.
Repeat - Written by Evan Dando and Jon Brion, and featured on the album Baby I'm Bored.
Rest Assured - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Tom Morgan, and taken from the album Come On Feel.
Rick James Style - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Tom Morgan, from the album Come On Feel. A slowed down version of the track Style, with guest Rick James.
Ride With Me - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, from the album Lovey. An acoustic version of the song is included on the Best Of album.
Robb Brothers - Dee Robb, Bruce Robb and Joe Robb, formerly performers backing up Del Shannon and on their own as The Robbs, run Cherokee Studios in West Hollywood, where between them they have worked on albums by the likes of Buffalo Tom, Ringo Starr and Rod Stewart. Producers of It's A Shame About Ray and Come On Feel.
Rockin’ Stroll - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando (from the perspective of Milo St Clare), and the opening track on It's A Shame About Ray.
Rudderless - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album It's A Shame About Ray.
Rudy With A Flashlight - Written by Rainer Ptacek, and recorded by Lemonheads for a tribute CD in his memory. Also featured on the Lemonheads' Best Of album.
Ruhtenberg, Vess - Former member of The Pieces, The Zero Boys and United States Three alongside other bands and solo projects. Vess (full name Wessel Gustaf Rutencrantz Von Ruhtenberg) played with The Lemonheads on their autumn/winter 2006 world tour.
Rule Of Three - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, featured on the band's 2006 self-titled album.
Ryan, David - Once a member of Fuzzy, and drummer with Lemonheads from 1989 until after the release of Come On Feel The Lemonheads.
Sad Girl - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, from the album Lick.
Sam Stone - Originally by John Prine, from his album Souvenirs, and covered by Evan Dando on the Griffith Sunset EP.
Schwartzman, Jason - Nephew of Francis Ford Coppolo, actor (Rushmore, Slackers, Hitchhikers Guide To The Galazy), drummer with Phantom Planet, and one of Evan's collaborators on the single Dead or Anything.
Seagulls Aren’t Free - Written by Doug Sahm, and recorded by Lemonheads as a B-side for CD 1 of If I Could Talk I'd Tell You.
Second Chance - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily, and featured on the album Hate Your Friends.
Secular Rockulidge - Lemonheads track, written by Evan Dando, the final track of Car Button Cloth.
Setanta - Record label, with whom Evan Dando released the album Baby I'm Bored. Also home to such artists as Edwyn Collins, Josh Ritter and Ben & Jason.
Sexual Bryceulidge - Re-working of Secular Rockulidge, a B-side to CD 2 of If I Could Talk I'd Tell You.
Shaky Ground - Lemonheads song, written by Nic Dalton and Tom Morgan, also known as Shakey Ground. Released as a B-side to My Drug Buddy, the track also features on some single and promo releases for It's A Shame About Ray.
Sharon Stoned - Evan contributed vocals on the song Special Plan on the 1995 album License to Confuse, which also featured Sharon Stoned’s cover of Outdoor Type.
Shots Is Fired - Written by Evan Dando and Jon Brion, from the album Baby I'm Bored. Another version with Liv Tyler on backing vocals is a B-side to Stop My Head.
Silent Night - Traditional Christmas carol, recorded by Evan Dando for the Atlantic compilation album So This Is Christmas.
Skulls - Misfits song, written by Glen Danzig, a regular feature in Evan's live solo shows, and recorded by The Lemonheads as a b-side on the US release of the Favorite Spanish Dishes EP.
Smudge - Australian band, fronted by singer/songwriter Tom Morgan. Lemonheads have recorded covers of Smudge songs, and vice versa. Must also mention their namesake who is one of our most prolific forum members!
Sneakyville - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and included on the album Hate Your Friends.
Sneeze - Band featuring Nic Dalton and Tom Morgan, on the Half A Cow label.
Some Girls - Post-Blake Babies band featuring Juliana Hatfield and Freda Love.
Something’s Missing - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, from the album Car Button Cloth.
Special To Me - originally from the musical Phantom of the Paradise, recorded by The Lemonheads as a b-side to the UK vinyl release of I Just Can't Take It Anymore.
Squealing Fans In My Tune - Two albums put together and released through this site (the title is a pun on the song Ceiling Fan In My Spoon don't ya know) as a tribute to Evan and the Lemonheads.
Squeeze Me, Please Me - A live bootleg CD, recorded at Tower Records in Chicago 18th November 1993.
Stevenson, Bill - Drummer with Black Flag and Descendants, and producer at Blasting Room Studios. In 2005, began working with Evan Dando on the new Lemonheads album, as well as performing live with the band.
Steve's Boy - Lemonheads song, written by Bill Stevenson, and featured on the album The Lemonheads.
Stop My Head - Written by Evan Dando and Jon Brion, from the album Baby I'm Bored. Also released as a single.
Stove - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, from the album Lovey.
Strange - Originally by Patsy Cline, from the record She's Got You, covered by Lemonheads as a B-side to Luka.
Straw, Syd - Once a member of Golden Palominos, dueted with Evan Dando on Shame Of Doing Wrong.
Streets of Baltimore - Originally by the Glaser Brothers, check out their Best Of album, and recorded by Lemonheads as an acoustic track for the Spanish promo of It's About Time.
Strohm, John - Guitarist with Blake Babies, solo artist, and on/off Lemonheads member. Drummer with the band in 1988-89, Strohm returned as a guitarist for a while in 1997, playing on the single The Outdoor Type, and touring with the band.
Style - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Tom Morgan "in five minutes as a joint went around", from the album Come On Feel.
Sudden, Nikki - Brother of Epic Soundtracks, and fellow musician and friend of Evan Dando. Nikki sadly passed away in March 2006.
Summer Wine - Originally recorded by Lee Hazlewood and Nancy Sinatra - find their version on the album Fairy Tales and Fantasies. Recorded by Evan Dando and Sabrina Brooke for Total Lee, a tribute to Hazlewood.
Sunday - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily, from the album Creator.
Suck On This - Live bootleg CD, from approx 1993-4, includes tracks from a live radio appearance.
Superfetazione - Italian band that Corey Brennan was a member of during his time in Italy before joining Lemonheads.
Sweet Lemondrops - A live bootleg CD. Compiled from recordings of various shows across the US throughout 1993.
Taang! - Record label with whom Lemonheads released their first three albums. Other artists who have recorded with Taang! include Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Misson of Burma, and Stiff Little Fingers. Taang! website.
Tag Records - Imprint of Atlantic Records, on which Car Button Cloth was released.
Take Her Down - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily, and featured on the album Creator.
Television Personalities - Cult band formed in 1977 helmed by Dan Treacy. Evan has performed onstage with Treacy, and on occasion has covered the TVPs track I Know Where Syd Barrett lives live.
Tenderfoot - Smudge song, featured on their records Hot Smoke And Sassafras, and Mike Love Not War. Covered by Lemonheads on their album Car Button Cloth.
(The) Door - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Corey Brennan (according to Corey "maybe to irritate as many people as possible"), and featured on the album Lovey.
The End Records - see under End Records, The.
The Great Big No - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando and Tom Morgan, and featured as the opening track of the album Come On Feel The Lemonheads. From the press pack for that album: "This number was written the day after "Ray" was mastered. Tom started it...by the time morning came it was a real song about the empty, endless void".
The Jello Fund - Final listed track of the Lemonheads album Come On Feel... An experimental piano track, with a brief song about Lenny Kravitz and followed by a hidden track. The title is a reference to the money made by the Dando family when they appeared in a commercial for Jell-O in 1972.
The Outdoor Type - Originally by Smudge, later recorded by Lemonheads for Car Button Cloth and released as a single.
The Same Thing You Thought Hard About Is The Same Part I Can Live Without - Written by Evan Dando, Ben Lee and Tom Morgan and recorded by Evan for his Baby I'm Bored album.
The Time Whales - the band name used by Evan Dando and Gibby Haynes for some performances in New York.
The Todd Killings - Originally by Angry Samoans, covered by Evan Dando as a B-side for the 7" vinyl release of It Looks Like You.
The Turnpike Down - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, and featured on the album It's A Shame About Ray. "It's another bummer song about the mass pike. Bad Mood. 'Butterscotch streetlamps mark my path' to hell".
Thirteen - Big Star song (original can be found on No. 1 Record/Radio City), performed by Evan Dando for his Live At The Brattle Theatre album.
Tongue-Tied - Written by Evan Dando and Ben Lee, and released as a B-side to Dando's Stop My Head single. Lyrics.
Top Of The Cock - The first Evan Dando/Jesse Peretz collaboration, the band played just one show - in the fields of a Hancock, New Hampshire farm in the autumn of 1982.
To One In Paradise - Musical interpretation of an Edgar Allen Poe poem. Recorded by Evan Dando with HP Zinker for their album Stayling Loose.
Trachten, Doug - University classmate of Ben Deily's and drummer with Lemonheads from 1986-87, featuring on the Hate Your Friends album.
Tribute To Hank Williams - Originally recorded by Tim Hardin, and available on several of his albums including the Best Of compilation. Recorded by Evan Dando for the Griffith Sunset Ep.
Trifekta - The Australian record label on which Dead Or Anything was released. Trifekta website.
True, Everett - UK journalist, having written for Melody Maker among others, True is currently Editor-in-chief of Plan B Magazine. True published a biography of the Lemonheads in 1994, and has more recently recorded as The Legend!, and released a 7" of songs originally by Dan Treacy of Television Personalities.
TT The Bears - Club in Cambridge, Massachusetts - home to several Lemonheads gigs over the years, including one of their earliest shows, supporting The Pagans in May 1987, and the release party for Hate Your Friends in June of the same year.
Two Weeks in Another Town - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily, featured on the album Creator.
Two Weeks In Australia - Video released in 1993, partly a tour diary tracking Evan and the boys break in Australia following the release of It's A Shame About Ray, and partly a collection of promotional videos.
Tyler, Liv - Actress and star of films such as Stealing Beauty, Armageddon and the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Evan Dando's co-star in Heavy, Tyler also provided guest vocals on a version of Shots is Fired, featured on the B-side to Stop My Head single, and additional vocals on the track Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye from the album Varshons.
Tyler, Steven - Father of Liv, and frontman of rock band Aerosmith. Said to be the subject of the Lemonheads song C'mon Daddy.
Uhhh - Lemonheads song, written by Ben Deily, and featured on the album Hate Your Friends. Lyrics.
Upstate Story - Working title for Heavy, see above.
Vagrant - Record label who signed the latest incarnation of The Lemonheads in April 2006, and released the band's 8th studio album. Vagrant website.
Varshons - album of cover versions recorded by The Lemonheads. To be released on The End Records in June 2009.
Varsity Drag - One of Ben Deily's post-Lemonheads bands.
Vega, Suzanne - Solo singer, who has released several albums from 1985 to 2001. She is the woman behind the original version of Luka. Can heartily recommend her self-titled debut album to anyone!
Ving, Lee - Lead singer of 1980s punk band Fear, also an actor on the side with roles in films including Flashdance. Toured with Evan Dando in 2004.
Virgins - Much talked about, if not active in recording or performing, super group featuring Evan Dando, Ryan Adams (Whiskeytown), James Iha (Smashing Pumpkins) and Melissa Auf Der Maur (Hole).
Waiting Around To Die - Song from the album Varshons, originally recorded by Townes Van Zandt.
Wake Up In New York - Written and performed by Evan Dando and Craig Armstrong, for Armstrong's album As If To Nothing.
Waking Up - Song written by Evan Dando and Royston Langdon for Baby I'm Bored.
Watt, Mike - One time member of Minutemen and fIREHOSE, his first solo album Ball-hog or Tugboat? featured Evan Dando as guest vocalist on the song Piss Bottle Man.
Waxman, Dina - Played bass with Lemonheads during the recording of Car Button Cloth. Currently recording with Space Mtn.
Whelps - A name used by the band for a short time before they settled on Lemonheads. Other ideas for names included: The Drunk Hogs, Drunk Fuck and the Algae, Yipes Stripes!, Stain X, 23" of Latex, Guppyhead, The Liz Fish Experience, The Candy Dicks, and The Piggy Popcorn Queers.
Whoops - B-side to It Looks Like You.
Why Do You Do This to Yourself? - Evan Dando song, co-written with Jon Brion, from the album Baby I'm Bored.
Won’t You Sometimes Think of Me? - Originally by Hank Williams (available on The Hank Williams Story CD), and recorded by Evan Dando for 2001's New Sounds Of The Old West compilation.
Year of the Cat - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando, from the album Lovey. Features the immortal line "you're so sweet it tickles".
Yesterlove - Song from the album Varshons, originally recorded by Sam Gopal.
You Ain't Going Nowhere - Bob Dylan song (which can be found on The Essential Bob Dylan), recorded by Lemonheads with Speed Niggs for the GOAR magazine ep.
You Am I - Band fronted by Tim Rogers, You Am I have supported Lemonheads on several tours. You Am I website.
You Can Take it With You - Lemonheads song, written by Evan Dando for the album Come On Feel... "used to be two songs - then we put 'em together."
Your Home is Where You're Happy - Original can be found on Charles Manson's The Love and Terror Cult LP, and was recorded by Lemonheads for Creator.
You Were The Last High - Dandy Warhols track co-written by Evan Dando.
Zoloft - An antidepressant, featured in the If I Could Talk I'd Tell You lyric "flushed my Zoloft, and we’re coming round again". I just didn't want to leave the Z section empty!