Dr. Slothclaw | Big Mother Nasty

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Big Mother Nasty

by Dr. Slothclaw

A freaky, funky, psychedelic explosion sure to make your booty shake and melt your face with shredding guitars, super funky bass, pounding drums and vocals you can't seem to get out of your head.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Getting Butt Naked in the Grand Scheme of Thangs (feat. Ralph Washington)
7:47 $0.99
2. Funky Fridge (feat. Ralph Washington)
6:51 $0.99
3. The Bizzniss
8:33 $0.99
4. Who's Funkin Now
6:09 $0.99
5. Fiber Optic Dog
6:30 $0.99
6. Dig a Hole
6:12 $0.99
7. Unca Wiggly
5:54 $0.99
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Album Notes
"Big Mother Nasty", the sophomore release by Dr. Slothclaw, is full of the freaky funky goodness that is to be expected from this award winning Funky/Jam band. From the crowd favorite "Getting Butt Naked in the Grand Scheme of Thangs" to the progressive drum and bass beatdown of "Unca Wiggly", this powerhouse of an album combines all the sounds expected from Southern Pennsylvania's favorite sons. Packed full of funky sing-alongs like "The Bizzniss" and "Who's Funkin Now?", the groups second album will leave you singing along and begging for more in no time. Once you dive into the album and get your ears around the instrumentals like; "Funky Fridge" and "Fiber Optic Dog", you are transported through time and space on the wings of the pure talent and musicianship of this mind bending five piece. Enlisting the talents of their longtime friend and occasional keyboard player Ralph Washington, who lends his soulful vocals to the opening track, and keyboard mastery to "Funky Fridge", really puts the icing on the cake and makes this a must have album for anyone into something a little different than the norm. As the group inches closer to a decade of funkiness you can find them at more and more East Coast Festivals gaining new fans and melting faces along the way. It is no surprise that they were named 2012 Jam Band of the Year by the Tri-State Indie organization (Philadelphia) and came back two years later to win Funk Band of the Year in 2014. See for yourself what everyone is talking about, and prepare to meet your new favorite band; Dr. Slothclaw.



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