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The Curable Interns play . . .Zenobia Marsh sings . . .

by Zenobia Marsh and The Curable Interns

Psychedelic folk songs sung in a pleasing yet distinctive manner with unique arrangements and subject matter.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Aleistar
Zenobia Marsh andThe Curable Interns
2:20 $0.99
2. Signal Child Intro
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0:54 $0.99
3. Signal Child
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4:33 $0.99
4. Behind the Wall of Clouds
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4:55 $0.99
5. Marina
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4:37 $0.99
6. Adolescent Machine
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4:13 $0.99
7. Sunrise on Horn Island
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8. Nine Dollar Lemonade
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4:39 $0.99
9. Azathoth
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2:32 $0.99
10. Circus Intro
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0:20 $0.99
11. The Circus Comes to Town
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5:09 $0.99
12. Medley: The Beetle Children Eat Glue/Xmas Surprise
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1:51 $0.99
13. Quasi Modo
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3:56 $0.99
14. Amphibian
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7:11 $0.99
15. Sleeping (Ring Hog Hill Theme)
Zenobia Marsh andThe Curable Interns
4:48 $0.99
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Album Notes
Zenobia Marsh and Rooster Kiev are now members of the "Art-Rock" band The High Pink Clouds. Look for a cd available at CD Baby soon.

Article from the entertainment section of "The New Gomorrah Provincial News" , April 2, amt95 Alpha Year:


The cd "The Curable Interns play . . . Zenobia Marsh sings . . ." is a different musical direction for the Curable Interns. Obsessive collectors and meticulous interpreters of old time music by ancient composers like Charley Patton, Memphis Minnie, Tunica Joe, and The Cone Shaped Being that Built a Flying Wheel as well as the songs of wheel navigators and solvent processing specialists, the Curable Interns are sought after as festival performers, and have fans both in the rural communities of the province as well as in the high offices of the ---.---. So, how did these "country boys" end up in a musical partnership with Zenobia Marsh?

"We've always been a fan of her songs," explains Curable Interns guitarist Rooster Kiev. "We feel like we've done our part to keep alive certain musical traditions. She's done the same with her interpretations of music once popular in the Arbuckle Territory, especially around the Innsmouth seaport community. "

While the Curable Interns may have grown up listening to old recordings by John Lee Hooker and Ali Akbar Moradi, Zenobia Marsh had different musical roots as she explains:

"When I was 12 or 13, I participated in the annual family diving expedition near Devil's Reef. Uncle Yl'iowqu, from the benthic side of the family, had found a metal box full of old compact discs, vinyl recordings, and even some old 8 track tapes in one of the submerged cities far from the coast. We think the city could have been Old Innsmouth, or maybe Providence, but that's another story. Anyway, there was some great music that we donated to the Arbuckle Cultural Institute, but not before we made copies for ourselves. That's how I learned about artists like Syd Barrett, Nico, Velvet Underground, Prince, Captain Beefheart, Stanley Jordan, and Brian Eno. Never heard of Muddy Waters or Tanbur Cemil Bey until I had a few flagons of cephalopod nectar with the Curable Interns."

In fact, we can thank cephalopod nectar for bringing these two disparate musical forces together. Both the Curable Interns and Zenobia Marsh performed at last year's Cephalopod Nectar Fest at the Horn Island Dairy, although separately.

Rooster Kiev explains, "We were recording some new material and invited her to the studio to sing on one song. It worked out so well, we decided to pursue this new direction. "

Zenobia Marsh refers to this new direction as "psychedelic folk music."

"To me, the term psychedelic means being able to expand perception, to find within oneself - without aids like cephalopod nectar or similar sensory enhancement methods - the means to experience the invisible world which the Curable Interns describe with their impressionistic instrumental music. I see myself as a guide using song, incantation, and poetry to introduce the uninitiated into an invisible world hiding behind veils of illusion and social convention."

According to Rooster Kiev, there is enough rehearsed material for two more cds.

"We have some good songs. There are a few, like "Father of Serpents," that didn't make it on this cd because we thought the arrangement was weak. Myself, as well as the other Curable Interns, feel fortunate to be involved in this project with Zenobia Marsh."



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"Purple" Martin

Great music, right up there with the best
An amazing work. Had this been released in 1969, it would be in all the "best of" lists. Subdued beatnik-cool delivery by Z. Marsh, with none of the fakey emo/singer-songwriter and pop-girl excesses. Her songs are definitely Robyn Hitchcock - Velvet Underground / Nico influenced, but not pastiche/imitation. There is nothing I've heard produced by the great and powerful music biz that comes close to the depth of creative vision evident in this independent release.

Psychedelic Folk and Acid Folk

Go here to read a review of Zenobia Marsh from this excellent website from Belgium