Drums and Tuba | The Flying Ballerina

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The Flying Ballerina

by Drums and Tuba

1998. a crazy fun record. rock/jazz/a charles mingus cover as well as a minutemen song. Dabbles in Klezmer and punk rock.. lots of improvasation and oddly timed anthems.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Fists of Spaghetti
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2. Kermit
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3. Chummus, A Challah, and a Whole lot of Chutzpah
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4. The Inspector Returns
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5. Lots of Luc
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6. Blazevitch
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7. The Flying Ballerina
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8. Scottie Pippen
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9. Boogie Stop Shuffle
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10. Neal Hamburger
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11. God Bows to Math
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12. Pig Ears fore Lily
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13. Meter Maid
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14. Bertone
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15. There is a Monster
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The band's music sounds like a mixture of skid row jazz, carnivalesque clown tunes, classical odes, and punk rock (on The Flying Ballerina they even interpret the Minutemen's "God Bow's To Math") . They achieve this by retaining elements from multiple sources and crafting their own sound with a laid back sensibility. Box Fetish, the first CD of this collection (running time: 53 minutes), features, along with the solid drum and tuba rhythm section, the twangy and progressive guitar of Neil McKeeby, who sounds vaguely influenced by downtown NYC superstars like Marc Ribot, Arto Lindsay, and Elliot #. Together with the tight drumming of Anthony Nozero (who also doubles on alto sax), this trio builds up some playfully dour soul music for disheartened rock and rollers of the emerging 21st century.


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Dugui

Excellent
This is as good as it gets. Another for the collection of D&T