With subjects from simians to coelacanths and titles like “Heaven must be boring” and “Think for yourself”, I may just have to pick up this George Hrab CD. Listen for yourself!
Are you familiar with Ween’s Mollusk album?
Seems like it would be right up your tentacles
PS. If you do not yet have the Lio collection you mentioned the other day, you really should. I’m *certain* that there are those of us who would happily gift you with it.
I want this album! Thanks a lot for pointing it out. I mean it. Now I have to shell out more money.
Ween’s Mollusk album? I seriously thought I was the only one who liked that. *Hums “Have you ever seen a whale with a polka dot tail….” *
My review for this album is at that link, so all I can do is reiterate that this is a great disc. George is so cool, he acknowledged my review at my blog. Talented and a skeptic–what more can you ask for?
And as an aside, CD Baby is a fantastic online retailer. They are reasonably-priced, prompt, and have incredible customer service. I’ve ordered both Hrab’s discs and those Canadian Cthulu-rockers, The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets (whom you should also check out, PZ), from them, and had just wonderful service every step of the way.
I’ve seen George Hrab play a number of times, with the Philly Funk Authority and also with his own band. I’m not sure how far either band goes touring-wise, but they both put on a great show. If you get the chance to see them do it.
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