Tom Hedrick | Mush with Vegetable Pieces

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Mush with Vegetable Pieces

by Tom Hedrick

An intriguing collision of jazz, prog, punk and novelty, all dressed up and ready to fly.
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ornithology (More Questions Than Answers)
6:08 $0.62
2. Hashtag and Circle
8:56 $0.62
3. The Executive Beard Room
5:35 $0.62
4. Midwestern Protestant Lament
2:14 $0.62
5. Corn Anvil 10 (Second Impression)
10:00 $0.62
6. Hand It to a-Hat
3:44 $0.62
7. Holiday at St. Joe's
6:16 $0.62
8. Mush with Vegetable Pieces
2:13 $0.62
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Album Notes
If one were to mix the modal musings of the 1960's Miles Davis Quintet with the oddball orchestral ambitions of Frank Zappa, add a pinch of Theolonious Monk nursing a hangover, and then splash in a touch of Ramones, you might land here! Try something engagingly different and fresh today... Mush With Vegetable Pieces by Tom Hedrick. "Five stars! Well... at least four!" - Dr. Joan Breen



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Frank Smith

Hedrick shines on Mush
Tom Hedrick totally hits it out of the park on his latest full-length effort Mush With Vegetable Pieces. This album is a thoroughly intoxicating and enchanting musical stew of wonder. There is a long, sax and piano, heavy acid jazz tinged instrumental opener called Ornithology. Despite the bird reference in this tune you certainly can't pidgeon-hole Tom's music. Is it jazz? Is it progressive rock? Is it power pop? Truthfully all of the above through its 8 diverse tracks. Tom plays all of the instruments: electric guitar, piano, electric fretted and fretless bass, drums, strings, horns, keys and produces in his home studio. And it all sounds so great, with incredible depth to the mix. Man the drums pop in the sturdy rhythm section. This guy is musically ambidextrous and more than likely double-jointed. Tom Hedrick is the coolest indie singer-songwriter to ever come out of Minnesota. Get Mush With Vegetable Pieces in ya!