THE TOOLS AND THE STUFF:
better yet--buy the actual CD! (click on the album cover!)
. . and due to rabid demand, here are three (technically four) Tools tracks
in their entirety:
>> What's Coming
My Little Mule
rare stuff (for all the fans):
Bucket Dropping Time
When you're fishing for
shit . . .
from the Davis White era:
Rhythms of Heaven
It was really funny until
it wouldn't leave our heads.
in the Barnyard
thing to think about.
Pilgrims Unlimited) - 1986-ish
Basically just Jay and Scott screwing around
on one of those old TASCAM 4-tracks
The generous cocaine dealer
in apartment #3B is not necessarily your good friend.
About a Wheelbarrow
at Parasol/Reaction didn't seem too impressed.
of Bushmill's Irish
Diamond Mine (recorded 1990 - 92)
Tate-vocals; Scott Wingo-guitar; Brian Reardon-bass on "Blindman's
Whorehouse"; Tattoo Mike-bass on "Hi-Gear" and "Swell
Hell"; Malik Tate (no relation to Brian)-drums on "Blindman's
Whorehouse" and "Hi-Gear"; Jamie Parker-drums on "Swell
is the one that scared Charlie Steck away.
the same hour and at the same Falls Church shopping mall as the semi-legendary
"(I've Got My) Steak in a Sack"
into town on a dead horse. (Check out the shameless fret-tapping guitar
Jamie Famie and
the Famie Five (old-world valor)
Famie-vocals, kazoo, drums; Scott Wingo-guitar, vocals; Marky Darky-vocals;
Adventures in the Sewer
on true-life adventures! Covered by Rak Shiva (Lynn Buchannan, Dot Steck,
Kiki Walker, Fatimah Balbed, and Vivian Vanprate) for their one and only
live performance (DC Space '87 or '86--somewhere around there) and meticulously
rehearsed by Jay Moglia at the Yuma Street compound (back in Jay's whiskey
of sibling-induced hell on Earth.
"The Five" give
the Stones a serious run for the money.
to come . . . )
Special Bill Hanke exclusive: Sonic
Youth at Battery Park - 07-04-2008 (available for a short time only!)