"Electric Factory" marks Jon Butcher's second effort for the Blues Bureau International labe. Butcher is one of the few guitar heroes who can conjure the feel of vintage Hendrix. The CD features a blistering instrumental track entitled "Brian's "Electric Factory"" in which Butcher and Ben Schultz raise Cain with their guitars over the driving rhythm. The songs on "Electric Factory" were co-written by Butcher and Schultz, and the pair play all instruments, except harp by Kellie Rucker and a bit of percussion by Justin Porcee.
|03:14||Rather Go Fishin'||Vocal|
|05:04||A Sea Of Blues||Vocal|
|03:19||The Fireman's Ball||Vocal|
|03:45||Yes, She Does||Vocal|
|05:24||Brian's Electric Factory||Instrumental|
|01:04||The Colman Mine (Intro)||Instrumental|
|03:24||The Coleman Mine||Vocal|
|02:50||By Railroad Line||Vocal|
|Jon Butcher||Guitar, All Instruments, Production|
|Ben Schultz||Guitar, All Instruments, Engineering, Mixing|
|Justin Porcee||Percussion on "Yes, She Does"|
|Ken Ciancimino||Executive Production|
|Recorded and mixed at Barefoot Studio.
Mastered at Cryrock, Memphis, TN.