Evan & The Modern Human Show | A Moose Supreme

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A Moose Supreme

by Evan & The Modern Human Show

It's "psychedelic" music. Guitar, bass, drums, some vocal, some keys. Funk, world and experimental influences.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Moose Supreme
1:06 album only
2. Thirteen Sheep Standing On A Thumbtack, With Guns
6:19 album only
3. A Pygmie's Blue
3:25 album only
4. Nutria's Song
4:45 album only
5. Bass Face
6:52 album only
6. And Ian Keeps On Counting
5:36 album only
7. Babylonian Freakwad
6:49 album only
8. Neon Brown Got Stuck In The Snow Tonight
2:37 album only
9. No, I Will Not Move, No Matter What He Says, Even If They Are Fr
6:21 album only
10. Getting Off The Spaceship
1:41 album only


Album Notes
5 sez:

Check out "13 Sheep," then "Neon Brown," then "Bass Face."
It's 'psychedelic' music.

**Evan Strauss: electric bass, vocal
**Patrick Lenon: drum kit
**5-Track: electric guitar
**Charles Wicklander: keys ("Pygmie" & "Move")

See also: "SEAMOO: A Moose, Remixed"

This music was recorded guerilla-style in a picture framing store, at night. It was Evan's idea, but possibly my fault.

The compositions, arrangements, mixing and production ideas belong to Evan, but Patrick and I had lots of room to put our stamp on the music. Influences range from funk, jam, heavy psych, free-jazz, avant-classical, Mozart, Johnny Cash to raga, afro-groove, Belizian garfuna music and reggae.

Most of the tunes began with Evan's rhythmelodic basslines, locked into a groove when Patrick added his drum thang, then I get to squeal all over the top with whatever came to my mind - delta blues, free-squall guitar noise, skronky melodies, r&b or country licks.

The structures range from verse-chorus-verse to all over the place. We usually had some idea beforehand of what the vocal was going to sound like, but not always. There were two rehearsals before recording officially began, and one show afterwards with an expanded lineup. The results are loose but vibey.

Evan and Patrick are two of my favorite musicians. If you want to hear more of them, check out their band called Variety Pack, particularly the disc called "Variety Pack Destroys Everything!" (Variety Pack's keyboardist Charles Wicklander is appropriated in various ways on Moose's "A Pygmie's Blue" and "No, I Will Not Move...")
Evan and Patrick are also on two tunes ("I Don't Know What To Do" and "Can't Find The Ocean") on the Glass Goblins CD, "Lost Soul Island": www.5-Track.com/CDLSI.html

"A Moose Supreme" is part of The Big Skunk-Ape Project.



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