Sunday, July 02, 2006

the kingsley string band, part 2: unelectric banjoloo

It was a weekend of fence painting, and there's nothing like a big lungful of paint fumes on a sweltering and cloudless day. Trust me on this.
Anyway, in the midst of all that excitement I managed to break out the 4-track for some lower than low-fi Kingsley String Band action. You can read the excuses liner notes here and have a listen here.
Enjoy.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Joseph William Perry said...

Very nice music. Very good. I'm proud of you. First I've heard. Just think, I could have been proud of you long ago if I had heard it before. But from now on is enough.

7:43 AM  
Blogger ceeelcee said...

Did you sing about a "Molly Hatchet CD?" That made my morning!

Thanks for the low-fi.

10:44 AM  
Blogger Rex L. Camino said...

That is indeed the lyric, ceeelcee. It was originally a Molly Hatchet 8-track, but that didn't flow too well.

You weren't proud of me before, Joe?

12:28 PM  
Blogger ceeelcee said...

You have inspired me, Mr. L. Camino, to drag out my beginner banjo which hasn't seen the outside of the closet in probably 10 years. It sat apprehensively in my lap while I tried to figger out how to put those little backwards metal fingernails on again. Then, despite the fact that I had no idea what I was playing, finger memory took over and something that could easily be mistaken for "Foggy Mtn.," "Cripple Creek" and "Bile That Cabbedge Down" emanated from my bedroom.

The dog began to howl and the girlfriend left the house, but I enjoyed it.

Thanks for the kick in the ass.

6:04 PM  

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