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Music For A Freaky Friday. February 25, 2011

Posted by littlebangtheory in music, Politics and Society.
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Ah, Music – Gift of Muses, Balm for the Soul.

Unless it’s by The Fugs, in which case it just might be politically anarchic, culturally subversive or both.

In the case of the following stellar example of their Art, it’s both, and most definitely Not Safe for Fucking Work.  So put the kids in the attic, roll a big fattie and sit back and thank your Lucky Stars you weren’t born next to a nuclear testing facility.

Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you…

Mutant Stomp!

Don’t say I didn’t warn ya.


1. Kitty - February 26, 2011
2. littlebangtheory - February 26, 2011

Kitty, certainly a different kind of “out of the box” exemplified by that, eh? I dug it!

3. Laurie B - February 28, 2011

Well, hell. That was way out of the box. My kind of thigh slapping joy. That, and the bawdy nature of the song. Folk art at it’s best.

Tracy Grammer will be at St. James Coffee house in Gfld on Mar. 12. Will be sold out, for sure. Wish I could be there. Buy some eclairs to take home. Best music venue in the valley.

4. littlebangtheory - February 28, 2011

Hi Laurie!

Yeah, it’s “different.” What doubtless comes across as “juvenile” to some is, when considered in the context of their greater body of work, provocative, and still relevant today. I had the good fortune to see Ed Sanders open for They Might Be Giants at the Calvin a couple of years ago and I laughed my ass off, though most of the crowd had no idea what to make of him!

Thanks for the Tracy Grammer tip, I’ll watch for the show!

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