Sally Smmit and Her Musicians (1980) - Hangahar - This is The Mekons’ Sally Timms like you’ve never heard her, long before she became the belle of skewed new wave-country music fans everywhere. Released on the ridiculously short-lived Groovy label (Pete Shelley’s label, which also released his now ultra-rare Sky Yen album), the album is two sidelong pieces of shambling post-Yoko Ono, post-Can jamitude. Undoubtedly an influence on Kraut-pranksters Damenbart
Edited by raety on 23 Feb 2010, 15:20
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