#33 Raw Tapes & Servitude

More raw tapes from various sessions. The creepy voices near the end of "Liquidity (The Spastic Conductor)" are from The Conet Project, which tracks the curious (and numerous) disembodied, short wave transmissions of random number sequences. No one really knows what it's all about. Earlier in the year, we hammered out the riff for "ZZ Top Called... (And Said To Knock It Off)" for about a half hour, eventually extracting this six minute chunk for public consumption. And, in the same spirit of extraction, we decided to isolate the slightly slowed vocal narrative from our epic opus, "Final Moments Of Barry Cowsill (Redux 4)" (#14). Truth is, we got stoned to it last week and thought it was funny. Which should tell you something about about how easily amused we are. Another 23 minutes of pointless improvisation for stoners, lay abouts and potato stick consuming couch potatoes. You know who you are. #14 The Final Moments Of Barry Cowsill is here.

Listen

ZZ Top Called... (And Said To Knock It Off) (6:20)
Liquidity (The Spastic Conductor) (11:25)
The Barry Cowsill Monologue (5:16) 

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6 comments:

THE BIG MUSIC MUSEUM said...

Hi friends...
Just to tell you that 'The Jim Morrison Seance Tapes' has been posted at http://thedoorsite.blogspot.com/. Many thanks once more and see you soon here and there...
CE/TBBM

We're Late For Class said...

Thanks a million to the Big Music Museum for reposting The Jim Morrison Seance Tapes over at their Doors Virtual Museum. Very cool. Thanks again.

RevRev said...

At last! Something to be thankful for...

Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work guys. More great sounds here. I look forward to every post you guys make. "sweet" as I have a habit of saying ;-)

Anonymous said...

great stuff yet again you scamps.the ne'er do wells are happy and contented.What on earth is a potato stick? is it a chip?
scav

We're Late For Class said...

Hey,
Thanks for the comments. We're thankful that anyone even listens to this noise.

Scav,
What's a potato stick? Are you mad? They're like potato chips, flavor-compressed into a shoestring "stick" shape. They're essential to any post-high lifestyle. Just be careful which brand you buy, some are greasier than others. Avoid French's, Butterfield & Krinkle Sticks (and any "flavored" or Chinese imports). We highly recommend Pik-nik brand, especially in the large economy size containers (instead of the single serving cans). And forgo the bags. Canned sticks are an American way of life. Exactly which country are you from, anyway?