And I think Frank Zappa is correct! Perhaps nothing like it in
recorded history. Again, I really believe you have to have a
sound and look "all your own" to make it in the music industry.
Or at least be "remembered". I say poo-poo to you people
who like well crafted music.You're too snooty to know good music.
Sometimes music should be a "happy accident", be catchy without
knowing it. You'll see what I mean when you listen to this.
If you can get through this record without humming
"My Pal Foot Foot", then you are indeed possibly dead.
I know I'm being ironic here, but give this a try...
It grows on you ( like fungus). Let me just quote the notes inside
the booklet "The girls hadn't been playing very long..." huh? No way!
The recording engineer said " perhaps the girls weren't ready to record".
But Austin Wiggin Jr. their father, felt certain, a true visionary, he was
intent on capturing the moment. The rest is history.