The Saint Mary's Fair - For Zeke Smith And His Burping Bubbleers
Give a couple of people some traditional instruments, a liking for drone and obscure-to-probably-imaginary pop heroes, and you would have this, a whimsical and oddly moving piece of hermetic wonder, brought to you by the generous folks that let you download their releases for free at Fedora Corpse.
No liner notes, no problem. Music this haunting and self-contained belongs to everyone, as an example and a warning of art made alone. The jittery and moving "ape", and "a companion" are the key tracks, in which a fragile hope lives amid a tentative lurching into the melody. If Tom Waits had recorded "Alice" in his bathroom long before he had become famous, it would sound like this: Visionary and small enough to hug.
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