|Brigman, George / Jungle Rot|
|Add Date:||2005-12-11||Pull Date:||2006-02-12|
|Week Ending:||15 Jan||8 Jan||25 Dec||18 Dec|
|1.||Jan 10, 2006:||lick My moody Guitar |
Don't Bother Me
|4.||Dec 14, 2005:||Eels in the Loo |
|2.||Jan 03, 2006:||Lick My moody Guitar |
|5.||Dec 13, 2005:||Foreplay and Sex Wax |
|3.||Dec 21, 2005:||Brownian Motion - Now With Bloodstains |
|6.||Dec 12, 2005:||Distraction-Limited |
A refound gem of 70’s lo-fi raw and dark Rock music from Baltimore. Quoting a nice review: “wicked mess of wahwah distortion and mutant blues. It was the first LP of an 18-year old kid who learned to play as he wrote songs. Monotonous rhythms, fuzz guitars layered with twirling repetitive and psychadelic guitar playing, but also some more delicate touches. This is something that gets better with listening. Three bonus tracks added of a band George Brigman assembled later (Hogwash) with Ron Simms as a lead singer.|
1. Fuzz guitars.
*2. Fuzz guitars and guitar “wailing” in the background. Monotonous and dense, psychadelic in fact.
3. Quiter, bluesy, and more basic. Less fuzz
*4. Dark and Bluesy song for the unreachable schoolgirl.
5. Folksy/Bluesy. Like a raw “Doors” song.
6. Layers of fuzz in a fast Rock song. Nice bass.
7. Less dense instrumental piece.
*8. A delicate Bluesy song.
9. An extra dark fuzz-Blues song.
10. Opens with people talking. Blues with bad singing.
*11. A quiet song with gospelly singing (not George Brigman).
12. Dark, fuzzy Goth.metal.
*13. Dark and fuzzy. More metally. Better singing and guitars.
|3.||Don't Bother Me||9.||It's Misery|
|4.||Schoolgirl||10.||I'm Married Too George Brigman With Hogwash|
|5.||I've Got To Know||11.||Dreaming|
|6.||I Feel Alright||12.||Easy Stranger|