Was watching an interview with Alex Chilton at the Columbia University reunion of Big Star in 93 and feel it pretty much sums up his attitude to revisiting material that he's most acclaimed for. People ask him to sign Big Star records and to one he says, 'sure just keep buying them and I'll keep signing them', He clearly wasn't keen on talking about the band, and not sure how into playing Big Star reunion gigs he was. He knew it was paying the bills. When I saw their set at Reading festival around a year later, it felt like he was really going through the motions. Pretty sure it was Jody Stephens who kept those reformation gigs going. . But what of his solo career? It can hardly be said to be firing on all cylinders. He put out albums heavy with cover versions. Beyond the divisive and chaotic Like Flies on Sherbert, some of which I think is great, there isn't generally much discussion of his solo stuff. He was mainly known for producing The Cramps than anything else since then, but I still enjoy listening to him do his solo covers. What do others think. Do you go further than Sister Lovers and Bangkok?