The Great Indoorsman | The Earwig

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The Earwig

by The Great Indoorsman

Wild eclecticism. Anarchic and free-spirited, drawing on influences as far-reaching Zappa, Ween Made on an island of Tom Robbins misfits. Alternative rock created by a progressive absurdist.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Earwig Procession
0:55 album only
2. Pink Champagne
1:53 album only
3. Comedy Kills
0:25 album only
4. The Valve
5:43 album only
5. Biscuit Pants 2000
0:52 album only
6. The Medical Song
2:59 album only
7. Place Your Eye in the Soup
0:38 album only
8. Fat Gypsy
5:54 album only
9. Everything Shits Until It Is Dead
0:12 album only
10. Don't You Ever Wonder?
2:33 album only
11. Slob Shade
0:12 album only
12. What the Hell's Going On?
2:21 album only
13. The Calender
4:17 album only
14. Small Gypsy
0:43 album only


Album Notes
Born in Hazleton Pennsylvania the son of coal crackers with an Uncle Pinto and an abundance of potato cakes. He is the youngest of five children and the only one from his family who thinks in brown and orange. Andy sports a large photographic collection of Hazleton pictures documenting this muse/ghetto/waste land/homeland.
This bio may periodically be spiked with inanity or extraneous comments like this… “I always wanted to be a devorcè.”
After surviving the Hazleton area school system through his mothers strongly encouraged absenteeism, smoking dandylion with Jeff McCloskey and performing in a music duo under the name Bill and Eugene AND performing in a local cover band Andy went on to art school. (But first while visiting his High School girlfriend’s pen pal in Seattle he met a man in eyeliner who was spoken to by a wolf and hung out for day with a mime that spoke and went grocery shopping.) Where was Nancy Wilson?
Andy never met William S. Burroughs but did see Bob Tucker (NY Giants Tight end) jogging.
In the 90’s Andy hooked up with The Ono Ono Band and later formed SMD (Super Music Duo utilizing Jeff McCloskey as fan club president) with Rich Kelly where the afflatus was symbolically aflame and the vulture and the sloth emerged.
Now art and music are part of one large organism under the exclusive control of one man who doesn’t need fresh air. The Great Indoorsman. And in doors is where a song can be written for his comic book or a painting can illustrate a song or a picture can inspire a song or comic book and painting are part of a tale in a song lyric or… well you get the idea.



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Richard Kelly

Bach? Modzart? Glen Miller?
Jerks. Andrew eclipses them in his casio shadow. Honestly though, buy this you wont be sorry. It's an adventure.

Ken Hensel

Indoors or out, its good
Reminds me of the music from my youth when me and Shorty traveled the Tatry Mountains. If Zappa played Gypsy Jazz, he too could have been a great indoorsman.