Not yet reviewed.
Aaron Burr's attempt to seize the Texas Territory for his own dominion has beguiled composers 'n bands for ages. Allegedly Aaron Copeland's 'Appalachian Spring' was originally entitled 'Blennerhassett Spring' til Martha Graham had a snit & threatened to tell his socialist pals he was active in the Lavender Mafia, the fuckin' witch. But hey, it went on to win a Pulitzer Prize.
Lowell George supposedly had a concept album in the can (aka, 'Carolina Parakeet') what was all about it, then Neon Park said he refused to draw a bird sportin Burr's noggin, so George ended up makin 'Thanks I'll Eat It Here' instead. Then died not long after. Now that's just a damn shame!
And so this fascinatin' tale of (alleged) treasonous expansion would end up in limbo until Endless Boogie took up the quill & recorded this new, inspired masterpiece entitled, 'Vibe Killer'.
It's like a history lesson plundered deep outta the archives of Straight/Bizarre.
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- 1. Vibe Killer
- 2. Let It Be Unknown
- 3. High Drag, Hard Doin'
- 4. Bishops At Large
- 5. Back In'74
- 6. Jefferson County
- 7. Whilom