June 04, 2003

Eight Little Songs, One Big...

Eight Little Songs, One Big-Ass Grin: I'm listening to Dr. Frank's acousticky demo right now, and it's already one of my favorite records in two years. This is all part of an art-feedback experiment from an established recording artist, and I for one am plan on giving him a few dozen earfuls of terrible & predictable advice (More harmonies! Also, more harmonies! Did I mention backing vocals? etc.) Do yourself a favor and go buy it.

Posted by at June 4, 2003 10:28 PM
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I should add that the CD is full of terrific, tasteful harmonies. I'm just greedy that way.

Posted by: Matt Welch at June 4, 2003 10:38 PM

My faves so far: Jill and London.

I am betting, Matt, that you would like to get your dirty gay harmonies all over London. Well, you cannot, because Jeebus & Frank already finished it, so just go back to molesting those puppies in your kitchen.

Posted by: Ken Layne at June 5, 2003 12:57 AM

My favorites upon the first four listens: "Big Strange, Beautiful Hammer," "Monkey," and "Institutionalized Misogyny." And I don't think there's a single song on there that I don't want to foul up with some wussy-ass Beach Boys backups.

Posted by: Matt Welch at June 5, 2003 08:06 AM
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