The Tinklers - Casserole FLAC album
Casserole - Студийный альбом от The Tinklers. В альбом вошло 38 треков. I'm Proud to Be a Citizen of Hte Roman Empire.
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However, as much as Casserole might seem like a comedy album at first pass, a more careful listen proves that for all the surface whimsy, these are at heart some fairly creepy, disturbing tales. The nearly five-minute "Norman Meyer" tells the true story of a man protesting nuclear proliferation who took the Washington Monument hostage in the early '80s and was killed by the National Guard after a brief standoff, while the similar "Elenor Bumpers" rails against the police shooting of an elderly woman during an eviction proceeding gone awry.
The Tinklers – Casserole. Label: Shimmy Disc Europe – SDE 9132/CD. Performer, Songwriter, Cover – The Tinklers. Photography By – Macioce. Producer, Engineer, Slide Guitar, Keyboards – Kramer (2). Notes. Produced and engineered at Noise New York. Booklet states "Made in The Netherlands". Disc states "Made in Austria".
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The Tinklers are a band from Baltimore who have been together since 1979. The group consists of Charles Brohawn and Chris Mason, both of whom sing, play guitar, and percussion instruments of varying degrees of quality (including cigar boxes, spoons, and other types of junk). Both members are also actively engaged in creating art in other mediums including visual art and books.
The Tinklers are a duo from Baltimore, Charles Brohawn and Chris Mason. They have been active since 1979, inspired by seeing Half Japanese in concert. The personae of little kids, playing with rubber band guitars and shoehorn marimbas
Although the first Tinklers album did not come out until 1990, the roots of the band are in the mid-'70s performance art scene in their native Baltimore. Charles Brohawn was a painting and sculpture student at the Maryland Institute College of Art when he met Chris Mason, a Minnesota native who had moved to Maryland to study poetry in the creative writing program at Johns Hopkins University. In 1989, the Tinklers came to the attention of Kramer of Shimmy-Disc Records, who signed the duo and produced their first album, Casserole. A more disturbing record than the Tinklers' sunnier early works, with unsettling undercurrents and topics taken from rather depressing news stories like the shooting of an elderly woman by SWAT cops during an eviction gone awry, Casserole was an atypical debut.
|A1||Turn The Screw On The Crank|
|A3||Ghost Dance Song|
|A6||Don't Put Your Finger In The Fan|
|A7||Simple Song Of Simple Faith|
|A9||I Love A Sandwich|
|A11||What Kind Of God|
|A12||Home By The River|
|B1||Mom Cooks Inside, Dad Cooks Outside|
|B2||My Eyes Look Into Your Eyes|
|B3||Don't Put Your Finger In The Sex Places|
|B4||Tough Guys Are Probably Sad Inside|
|B5||I'm Proud To Be A Citizen Of The Roman Empire|
|B7||We're Not Alone|
|B8||Workin' Together United We Are One|
|B9||Burpin' Fungus People|
|B10||Bear Came Around|
|B12||Black Dog, Friendly Dog|
|B13||Joan Of Arc|
|B14||Lust For Life|
|B18||Thinking Too Much|
- Produced At – Noise New York
- Engineered At – Noise New York
- Featuring – Don Fleming
- Producer, Engineer – Kramer
NotesProduced and engineered at Noise New York.
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|SDE 9132/CD||The Tinklers||Casserole (CD, Album)||Shimmy Disc Europe||SDE 9132/CD||Europe||1989|
|S 25 CS||The Tinklers||Casserole (Cass)||Shimmy Disc||S 25 CS||US||1989|