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Hogz in Dandyland | Dr. Grimm's Parade

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Dr. Grimm's Parade

by Hogz in Dandyland

Mr. Hogz branches out, skronking soul horns “Firefly,” rash of Reckoning-era R.E.M lightened from The Byrds. And though Stipe and Buck’s bunch were from three states south, that peculiar syrup of Dixie still works so durn well! – Big Takeover Magazine
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Leafhopper
3:48 album only
2. Clock-Eating Dragon
4:40 album only
3. Elephants Strolling
4:16 album only
4. Firefly
2:49 album only
5. In the A.M.
4:32 album only
6. Ole Umbrella
3:16 album only
7. Kite Without a String
3:57 album only
8. Trace My Thoughts
2:59 album only
9. Balancing Fables
3:55 album only
10. Dr. Grimm's Parade
2:59 album only


Album Notes
Williamsburg gent—not Brooklyn, the once more infamous Virginia one, whose original gangster hipsters were Patrick Henry, Richard Henry Lee, George Mason, and Thomas Jefferson!— Brad Hogge’s 2009 HiD LP Across a Miracle in issue 66, finding comparison with Bevis Frond and Robyn Hitchcock among others. One can still detect some of that on a few tracks on Hogge’s belated follow-up, like BF’s Nick Saloman’s wah wah soloing and fuzzier guitar, and a hazy psychedelia-lite and loosey goosey whimsicality that’s still RH’s course. But Mr. Hogz also branches out, such as the skronking soul horns on “Firefly,” and mostly, there’s a rash of Reckoning-era R.E.M jumping jangle lightened from The Byrds and “Don’t Fear the Reaper.” And though young Stipe and Buck’s bunch were from three states south, that peculiar syrup of Dixie still works so durn well. - Big Takeover Magazine



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