The narrator explains the circumstances in the video.
Listen to just the first three minutes at least of
the Cackle Sisters
, and then tell me if you don't agree that contemporary C&W music needs more bird imitations and yodeling.
Let me know how long you last....
Another nice long performance here, by
the artist known as Vetza.
You get to see her as well.
"Vetza is a multi-talented artist who has full control over a range of disciplines including classical instrumentation, experimental sound improvisation, voice and theater. She is an innovator representing the LA Arts community in the international art world. Vetza is an original member of the the LA Free Music Society. She is a writer, composer and so much more."
This 2-disc compilation of "homemade recordings" is pure caviar for all WU-vies. Listen to more at the link below, then buy your copy--which features many other "hits"--soon!
YouTube playlist here.
Is it music? Is it video art? Is it both? Is it neither?
I'm going with the last statement.
Despite their being endorsed by the genius of John Waters, I fail to see the charm of The Locust.
But at least they know enough to keep their videos short.
Info on the band here.
How a sardonic adult western ever loaned its name to a sappy kids' cartoon will remain forever a mystery. Whose brainstorm was that? In any case, please revel in the ghastly animation.
And if this happens to be a potent nostalgic item for you, you can buy the recently released
complete series at Warner Archives.
Wikipedia entry here.
Let me know at which point you bail from this piece. But if you love it instead, be prepared to pay a high price for each CD--for some unfathomable reason.
More about the musician.