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3. Episode 8: Labyrinth

Episode 8: Labyrinth

Don't you just hate it when your annoying baby brother gets kidnapped by the Goblin King, and you only have 13 hours to venture through a magical labyrinth to get him back? Sarah can relate. In a conversation about the beloved cult classic Labyrinth, we also discuss the Netflix sensation Stranger Things, Nintendo 64 polygons, and, yes, David Bowie's prominently featured crotch. Plus Alan sings, and James manages to confuse Bowie, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, and Simon and Garfunkel—all at the same time! Ultimately, we determine if the Jim Henson directed movie stands the Test of Time.  

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4. Jariya: The Prejudice of a Certain Personality Type - Manhattan

Jariya: The Prejudice of a Certain Personality Type - Manhattan

Jariya was the collaboration of Eve Buigues and Andrea Bensmiller from 1991 to 2008. Jariya saw many collaborators and co-conspirators, but the primary two in the last phases were Marika Tjelios (Canada) and Danny Buchanan (US), who heavily contributed to Jariya's last record, which was recorded in Los Angeles at what is now called Henson Studios, but was once A&M Studios on La Brea and Sunset. This record was mixed by Andrea Bensmiller and mastered by Alan Yoshida of Ocean Way. Jariya produced a series of multi-media shows in LA in small theaters from 2006 to 2008. Eve Buigues now lives in London. Andrea Bensmiller lives in Las Vegas.

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5. I'm Crazy Over You

  • Published: 2013-11-16T16:21:03Z
  • By Deleuran
I'm Crazy Over You

I learned this song from a CD with Mike Seeger, Early Southern Guitar Styles. This was sung by Daw Henson, October 1937, Billys Branch, Clay County, Kentucky, and recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax. Some country guitar players, both black and white, used a galloping clawhammer banjo style. This emulates Hensons banjo-like playing here. Mike Seeger couldn't tell for sure what open tuning he was using, but it was in A; it may have been G capoed up. Seeger devised one that sounds similar: CCEGCE, with a capo up one fret to Cs. The bass note is very low and Seeger dont use it, but I do from time to time. I like the sound of it.

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6. S1E1: Overview of Animism - Animism International Podcast

S1E1: Overview of Animism - Animism International Podcast

http://animisminternational.org/podcasts/ Show Notes and References: "The March of Progress" by Mark Henson “The March of Progress” by Mark Henson Alan Watts awesomeness (short video clips): The Dream of Life / The Real You / The Secret of Life “The March of Progress” by Mark Henson (at right) Daniel Quinn’s website and links to “Ishmael” and “The Story of B” Derrick Jensen’s book ”A Language Older Than Words” Matthieu Ricard’s book ”Happiness” John Seed’s book “Thinking Like a Mountain“ Descartes’ Mind-Body Dualism Emma Restall Orr’s book “The Wakeful World” Brian Greene’s book “The Elegant Universe” (NOVA video series available free here.) Michael Talbot’s book “The Holographic Universe” Rupert Sheldrake’s book ”The Rebirth of Nature” and “Science Set Free” (related video) Cleve Backster’s research on Primary Perception (also featured in the excellent book “The Secret Life of Plants” by Peter Tompkins) Music Little Simz & Waldo — “Mandarin Oranges” (https://soundcloud.com/soulection/little-simz-waldo-mandarin) Flying Lotus — “An xbox killed my dog” (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSdFf2H1bYE) Dirty Beaches — “Greyhound at night” (https://dirtybeaches.bandcamp.com/track/greyhound-at-night) Ras G — “Shinelight” (https://dirtybeaches.bandcamp.com/track/greyhound-at-night) (Corrections: Sometimes my mouth gets ahead of my brain. In the podcast, I intended to refer to “The Structure of Scientific Revolutions” by Thomas Kuhn; the cedar forests of the ancient Middle East; and Cleve Backster’s research on plant awareness.)

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7. Review: JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE / INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY / PROUD MARY

Review: JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE / INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY / PROUD MARY

J Bryant and AngieBee discuss JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, and Nick Jonas; INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY starring Lin Shaye, Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson, Spencer Locke, and Josh Stewart; and PROUD MARY starring Taraji P. Henson, Billy Brown, Danny Glover, Neal McDonough, and Xander Berkeley. Visit us on the web at: www.AdamantiumBullet.com www.facebook.com/AdamantiumBullet JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE PLOT: Four high school kids discover an old video game console and are drawn into the game's jungle setting, literally becoming the adult avatars they chose. What they discover is that you don't just play Jumanji - you must survive it. To beat the game and return to the real world, they'll have to go on the most dangerous adventure of their lives, discover what Alan Parrish left 20 years ago, and change the way they think about themselves - or they'll be stuck in the game forever. INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY PLOT: Brilliant parapsychologist Elise Rainier receives a disturbing phone call from a man who claims that his house is haunted. Even more disturbing is the address -- 413 Apple Tree Lane in Five Keys, N.M. -- the home where Elise grew up as a child. Accompanied by her two investigative partners, Rainier travels to Five Keys to confront and destroy her greatest fear -- the demon that she accidentally set free years earlier. PROUD MARY PLOT: Taraji P. Henson is Mary, a hit woman working for an organized crime family in Boston, whose life is completely turned around when she meets a young boy whose path she crosses when a professional hit goes bad.

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8. Bonnie "Prince" Billy & Nathan Salsburg – "Wallins Creek Girls" (PoB-037, #RSD17)

Bonnie

Buy vinyl/MP3s: http://www.paradiseofbachelors.com/pob-037 Other options (vinyl/download/streaming): http://smarturl.it/PoB-037 EP Trailer: https://youtu.be/TUY8MeTylMc http://www.paradiseofbachelors.com/pob-037 http://www.paradiseofbachelors.com/bonnie-salsburg This delightful 45rpm 7" EP, the pair's first recorded artifact, is limited to an edition of 2000 copies, and is available for purchase exclusively on Record Store Day, April 22, 2017, in-person at participating brick-and-mortar shops. Please feel free to request it in advance from your favorite local shop, so they can place the necessary order with Secretly Distribution. We will also offer a small number of copies for sale here to coincide with the release of the digital version of the album on June 9, 2017. *** “Our names are Sals and Bonnie, two rounder boys you know”: In which the intrepid Louisville duo gamely paddle forth to explore two Kentucky creeks, singing an ode to Beargrass and meeting their match in two hitchhiking, car-riding young ladies of the Cigarette Crew. Paradise of Bachelors is honored to shepherd unto your ears and hearths this charming first recorded artifact by revered songwriter, singer, and actor Bonnie “Prince” Billy (né Will Oldham, aka Palace Brothers, Songs, and/or Music) and Nathan Salsburg, curator of the Alan Lomax Archive and distinguished writer, solo guitarist, and accompanist to Joan Shelley and James Elkington (see also their Ambsace album, PoB-21.) Historians and statisticians may note that this untitled treble-jewelled travelogue, moving and amusing in equal measure (and available in a limited edition of 2000), is our second official Record Store Day release and third collaborative 7” Extend Play record, following in the formidable footsteps of Hiss Golden Messenger and Elephant Micah (PoB-04) and Messrs. Mike Cooper and Derek Hall (PoB-25). Grab a paddle and hop in. Heed the words of Sals and Bonnie, who write: This “Beargrass Song” was made at the behest of filmmaker Morgan Atkinson for Beargrass: The Creek in Our Backyard, his 2016 documentary about the history and status of Louisville’s Beargrass Creek. Nathan wrote the intro, and Bonny birthed the subsequent bulk. “Wallins Creek Girls” isn’t so much about a creek, but a brief impression of two free-spirited women who spent one long ago September 11th (a Friday) bumming cigarettes and hitching rides around the Harlan County coal camp of Wallins Creek, Kentucky. It was presumably composed by Dawson “Little Daw” Henson (1886–1974) of Clay County, who recorded it for Alan Lomax in 1937. His singing opens: “My names is Hicks and Henson, two rounder boys you know.” Who Hicks is in fact sadly we don’t know. Nor do we know much of Henson except that he kept a farm on Billy’s Branch of Goose Creek and is buried in nearby Goose Rock. With Daw on our minds, we enlisted a demo made of what he performed as “Fare You Well, My Little Annie Darling” (more commonly known as “My Home’s Across the Blue Ridge/Smokey Mountains,” or “My Own True Love”), a song that we had worked up as a contribution to a 2015 celebration of Lomax’s Kentucky recordings at Appalshop’s annual Seedtime on the Cumberland festival in Whitesburg, Kentucky.

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9. Children Of The Cauldron

Children Of The Cauldron

© Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys 1889-2016 ARmyOfTOys.com Walter Sickert - Vocals, Guitar, Piano Mary Widow – Vocals, Mandolin, Percussion Rachel Jayson – Viola, Glockenspiel, Toy Piano, Vocals Matt Zappa – Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Mike Leggio – Upright Bass, Electric Bass, Vocals jojo Lazar – Ukulele, Flute, Vocals Tee Jay – Drums, Percussion (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Meff – Electric Guitar, Mandolin, E-bow, Mustache (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Blake Girndt – Guitar, Skeleton Dance, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Edrie – Accordion, Broken Toys, Vocals Wednesday Alice – Vocals Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Art & Design by Walter Sickert Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Studio Assistant Jamie Rowe Original photos by Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley & Hans Wendland Recorded at The Record Company. Additional tracking at Sonic Enchantment Specialists Ltd. Additional Sonic Chocobliss™ – Joel Simches Thank you Alison Martins for additional Vocals, percussion, and Wednesday wrangling. Army of Me – Originally written by Björk Guðmundsdóttir, used with permission. . credits releases September 9, 2016 . . to everyone who has Come Black Magic with us: Our Kickstarter Backers - without whom this album WOULD NOT EXIST outside of the ETHER. Joel Simches - who artfully crafted the sonic-scapes on this album and makes magic of our live sound as well. Matt McArthur, Jesse Vengrove, Jamie Rowe and the rest of The Record Company crew - for technical and aural assistance above and beyond the call of duty. Björk Guðmundsdóttir - for allowing us the honor of covering Army of Me Alison Martins - for being everywhere Our WIREFOREST Family for encouraging our shenanigans The Secret Bureau of Art and Design, Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley, Hand Wendland, Clinic, Wu-Tang, Torrent Engine 18, Jaggery, POWER SLUT, What Time is it Mr. Fox?, Johnny Blazes and the Pretty Boys, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Fucking Palmer (and those in her crew who make that "Fucking" rad), Zoe Keating, Dead Milkmen, Jim Henson, Aleister Crowley, Alan Moore, Dorchester, Joyce Linehan, true Norwegian black metal, nudity, The Tiger Lillies, The Cloud Club, Lee Ann Farruga, Cynthia von Buhler, The SLUTS, the Boston Music Scene, Crowley, Company One, Sophia Cacciola, Betty Widerski, Michael J. Epstein, Sepiachord, Jobie, Kristilyn - Zombie Romance, TIWY, Cthulhu, Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band, Kris Jenson, Team Widow, Anthony Pedone, Mike Pecci, Ian McFarland, chaos, Bobby McCarthy, Clare Collar, friends, family, loved ones & all believers of dreams, The Lazar-Bates, all of the bands that we have the pleasure of sharing the stage with, and all of the fans that keep coming out and supporting us (this album was funded by YOU!!!! and if you bought this at a show, you're pretty much giving us gas money to get home)! “If you don’t have a band of people who SUPPORT, LOVE & LIFT UP each other, you ain’t got shit.” WS

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10. Dull Boy

Dull Boy

© Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys 1889-2016 ARmyOfTOys.com Walter Sickert - Vocals, Guitar, Piano Mary Widow – Vocals, Mandolin, Percussion Rachel Jayson – Viola, Glockenspiel, Toy Piano, Vocals Matt Zappa – Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Mike Leggio – Upright Bass, Electric Bass, Vocals jojo Lazar – Ukulele, Flute, Vocals Tee Jay – Drums, Percussion (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Meff – Electric Guitar, Mandolin, E-bow, Mustache (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Blake Girndt – Guitar, Skeleton Dance, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Edrie – Accordion, Broken Toys, Vocals Wednesday Alice – Vocals Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Art & Design by Walter Sickert Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Studio Assistant Jamie Rowe Original photos by Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley & Hans Wendland Recorded at The Record Company. Additional tracking at Sonic Enchantment Specialists Ltd. Additional Sonic Chocobliss™ – Joel Simches Thank you Alison Martins for additional Vocals, percussion, and Wednesday wrangling. Army of Me – Originally written by Björk Guðmundsdóttir, used with permission. . credits releases September 9, 2016 . . to everyone who has Come Black Magic with us: Our Kickstarter Backers - without whom this album WOULD NOT EXIST outside of the ETHER. Joel Simches - who artfully crafted the sonic-scapes on this album and makes magic of our live sound as well. Matt McArthur, Jesse Vengrove, Jamie Rowe and the rest of The Record Company crew - for technical and aural assistance above and beyond the call of duty. Björk Guðmundsdóttir - for allowing us the honor of covering Army of Me Alison Martins - for being everywhere Our WIREFOREST Family for encouraging our shenanigans The Secret Bureau of Art and Design, Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley, Hand Wendland, Clinic, Wu-Tang, Torrent Engine 18, Jaggery, POWER SLUT, What Time is it Mr. Fox?, Johnny Blazes and the Pretty Boys, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Fucking Palmer (and those in her crew who make that "Fucking" rad), Zoe Keating, Dead Milkmen, Jim Henson, Aleister Crowley, Alan Moore, Dorchester, Joyce Linehan, true Norwegian black metal, nudity, The Tiger Lillies, The Cloud Club, Lee Ann Farruga, Cynthia von Buhler, The SLUTS, the Boston Music Scene, Crowley, Company One, Sophia Cacciola, Betty Widerski, Michael J. Epstein, Sepiachord, Jobie, Kristilyn - Zombie Romance, TIWY, Cthulhu, Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band, Kris Jenson, Team Widow, Anthony Pedone, Mike Pecci, Ian McFarland, chaos, Bobby McCarthy, Clare Collar, friends, family, loved ones & all believers of dreams, The Lazar-Bates, all of the bands that we have the pleasure of sharing the stage with, and all of the fans that keep coming out and supporting us (this album was funded by YOU!!!! and if you bought this at a show, you're pretty much giving us gas money to get home)! “If you don’t have a band of people who SUPPORT, LOVE & LIFT UP each other, you ain’t got shit.” WS

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11. Hollow Points

Hollow Points

© Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys 1889-2016 ARmyOfTOys.com Walter Sickert - Vocals, Guitar, Piano Mary Widow – Vocals, Mandolin, Percussion Rachel Jayson – Viola, Glockenspiel, Toy Piano, Vocals Matt Zappa – Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Mike Leggio – Upright Bass, Electric Bass, Vocals jojo Lazar – Ukulele, Flute, Vocals Tee Jay – Drums, Percussion (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Meff – Electric Guitar, Mandolin, E-bow, Mustache (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Blake Girndt – Guitar, Skeleton Dance, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Edrie – Accordion, Broken Toys, Vocals Wednesday Alice – Vocals Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Art & Design by Walter Sickert Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Studio Assistant Jamie Rowe Original photos by Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley & Hans Wendland Recorded at The Record Company. Additional tracking at Sonic Enchantment Specialists Ltd. Additional Sonic Chocobliss™ – Joel Simches Thank you Alison Martins for additional Vocals, percussion, and Wednesday wrangling. Army of Me – Originally written by Björk Guðmundsdóttir, used with permission. . credits releases September 9, 2016 . . to everyone who has Come Black Magic with us: Our Kickstarter Backers - without whom this album WOULD NOT EXIST outside of the ETHER. Joel Simches - who artfully crafted the sonic-scapes on this album and makes magic of our live sound as well. Matt McArthur, Jesse Vengrove, Jamie Rowe and the rest of The Record Company crew - for technical and aural assistance above and beyond the call of duty. Björk Guðmundsdóttir - for allowing us the honor of covering Army of Me Alison Martins - for being everywhere Our WIREFOREST Family for encouraging our shenanigans The Secret Bureau of Art and Design, Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley, Hand Wendland, Clinic, Wu-Tang, Torrent Engine 18, Jaggery, POWER SLUT, What Time is it Mr. Fox?, Johnny Blazes and the Pretty Boys, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Fucking Palmer (and those in her crew who make that "Fucking" rad), Zoe Keating, Dead Milkmen, Jim Henson, Aleister Crowley, Alan Moore, Dorchester, Joyce Linehan, true Norwegian black metal, nudity, The Tiger Lillies, The Cloud Club, Lee Ann Farruga, Cynthia von Buhler, The SLUTS, the Boston Music Scene, Crowley, Company One, Sophia Cacciola, Betty Widerski, Michael J. Epstein, Sepiachord, Jobie, Kristilyn - Zombie Romance, TIWY, Cthulhu, Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band, Kris Jenson, Team Widow, Anthony Pedone, Mike Pecci, Ian McFarland, chaos, Bobby McCarthy, Clare Collar, friends, family, loved ones & all believers of dreams, The Lazar-Bates, all of the bands that we have the pleasure of sharing the stage with, and all of the fans that keep coming out and supporting us (this album was funded by YOU!!!! and if you bought this at a show, you're pretty much giving us gas money to get home)! “If you don’t have a band of people who SUPPORT, LOVE & LIFT UP each other, you ain’t got shit.” WS

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12. Old Skin

Old Skin

© Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys 1889-2016 ARmyOfTOys.com Walter Sickert - Vocals, Guitar, Piano Mary Widow – Vocals, Mandolin, Percussion Rachel Jayson – Viola, Glockenspiel, Toy Piano, Vocals Matt Zappa – Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Mike Leggio – Upright Bass, Electric Bass, Vocals jojo Lazar – Ukulele, Flute, Vocals Tee Jay – Drums, Percussion (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Meff – Electric Guitar, Mandolin, E-bow, Mustache (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Blake Girndt – Guitar, Skeleton Dance, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Edrie – Accordion, Broken Toys, Vocals Wednesday Alice – Vocals Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Art & Design by Walter Sickert Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Studio Assistant Jamie Rowe Original photos by Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley & Hans Wendland Recorded at The Record Company. Additional tracking at Sonic Enchantment Specialists Ltd. Additional Sonic Chocobliss™ – Joel Simches Thank you Alison Martins for additional Vocals, percussion, and Wednesday wrangling. Army of Me – Originally written by Björk Guðmundsdóttir, used with permission. . credits releases September 9, 2016 . . to everyone who has Come Black Magic with us: Our Kickstarter Backers - without whom this album WOULD NOT EXIST outside of the ETHER. Joel Simches - who artfully crafted the sonic-scapes on this album and makes magic of our live sound as well. Matt McArthur, Jesse Vengrove, Jamie Rowe and the rest of The Record Company crew - for technical and aural assistance above and beyond the call of duty. Björk Guðmundsdóttir - for allowing us the honor of covering Army of Me Alison Martins - for being everywhere Our WIREFOREST Family for encouraging our shenanigans The Secret Bureau of Art and Design, Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley, Hand Wendland, Clinic, Wu-Tang, Torrent Engine 18, Jaggery, POWER SLUT, What Time is it Mr. Fox?, Johnny Blazes and the Pretty Boys, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Fucking Palmer (and those in her crew who make that "Fucking" rad), Zoe Keating, Dead Milkmen, Jim Henson, Aleister Crowley, Alan Moore, Dorchester, Joyce Linehan, true Norwegian black metal, nudity, The Tiger Lillies, The Cloud Club, Lee Ann Farruga, Cynthia von Buhler, The SLUTS, the Boston Music Scene, Crowley, Company One, Sophia Cacciola, Betty Widerski, Michael J. Epstein, Sepiachord, Jobie, Kristilyn - Zombie Romance, TIWY, Cthulhu, Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band, Kris Jenson, Team Widow, Anthony Pedone, Mike Pecci, Ian McFarland, chaos, Bobby McCarthy, Clare Collar, friends, family, loved ones & all believers of dreams, The Lazar-Bates, all of the bands that we have the pleasure of sharing the stage with, and all of the fans that keep coming out and supporting us (this album was funded by YOU!!!! and if you bought this at a show, you're pretty much giving us gas money to get home)! “If you don’t have a band of people who SUPPORT, LOVE & LIFT UP each other, you ain’t got shit.” WS

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13. Odd Stories

Odd Stories

© Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys 1889-2016 ARmyOfTOys.com Walter Sickert - Vocals, Guitar, Piano Mary Widow – Vocals, Mandolin, Percussion Rachel Jayson – Viola, Glockenspiel, Toy Piano, Vocals Matt Zappa – Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Mike Leggio – Upright Bass, Electric Bass, Vocals jojo Lazar – Ukulele, Flute, Vocals Tee Jay – Drums, Percussion (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Meff – Electric Guitar, Mandolin, E-bow, Mustache (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Blake Girndt – Guitar, Skeleton Dance, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Edrie – Accordion, Broken Toys, Vocals Wednesday Alice – Vocals Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Art & Design by Walter Sickert Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Studio Assistant Jamie Rowe Original photos by Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley & Hans Wendland Recorded at The Record Company. Additional tracking at Sonic Enchantment Specialists Ltd. Additional Sonic Chocobliss™ – Joel Simches Thank you Alison Martins for additional Vocals, percussion, and Wednesday wrangling. Army of Me – Originally written by Björk Guðmundsdóttir, used with permission. . credits releases September 9, 2016 . . to everyone who has Come Black Magic with us: Our Kickstarter Backers - without whom this album WOULD NOT EXIST outside of the ETHER. Joel Simches - who artfully crafted the sonic-scapes on this album and makes magic of our live sound as well. Matt McArthur, Jesse Vengrove, Jamie Rowe and the rest of The Record Company crew - for technical and aural assistance above and beyond the call of duty. Björk Guðmundsdóttir - for allowing us the honor of covering Army of Me Alison Martins - for being everywhere Our WIREFOREST Family for encouraging our shenanigans The Secret Bureau of Art and Design, Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley, Hand Wendland, Clinic, Wu-Tang, Torrent Engine 18, Jaggery, POWER SLUT, What Time is it Mr. Fox?, Johnny Blazes and the Pretty Boys, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Fucking Palmer (and those in her crew who make that "Fucking" rad), Zoe Keating, Dead Milkmen, Jim Henson, Aleister Crowley, Alan Moore, Dorchester, Joyce Linehan, true Norwegian black metal, nudity, The Tiger Lillies, The Cloud Club, Lee Ann Farruga, Cynthia von Buhler, The SLUTS, the Boston Music Scene, Crowley, Company One, Sophia Cacciola, Betty Widerski, Michael J. Epstein, Sepiachord, Jobie, Kristilyn - Zombie Romance, TIWY, Cthulhu, Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band, Kris Jenson, Team Widow, Anthony Pedone, Mike Pecci, Ian McFarland, chaos, Bobby McCarthy, Clare Collar, friends, family, loved ones & all believers of dreams, The Lazar-Bates, all of the bands that we have the pleasure of sharing the stage with, and all of the fans that keep coming out and supporting us (this album was funded by YOU!!!! and if you bought this at a show, you're pretty much giving us gas money to get home)! “If you don’t have a band of people who SUPPORT, LOVE & LIFT UP each other, you ain’t got shit.” WS

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14. Whole Way Down

Whole Way Down

© Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys 1889-2016 ARmyOfTOys.com Walter Sickert - Vocals, Guitar, Piano Mary Widow – Vocals, Mandolin, Percussion Rachel Jayson – Viola, Glockenspiel, Toy Piano, Vocals Matt Zappa – Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Mike Leggio – Upright Bass, Electric Bass, Vocals jojo Lazar – Ukulele, Flute, Vocals Tee Jay – Drums, Percussion (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Meff – Electric Guitar, Mandolin, E-bow, Mustache (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Blake Girndt – Guitar, Skeleton Dance, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Edrie – Accordion, Broken Toys, Vocals Wednesday Alice – Vocals Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Art & Design by Walter Sickert Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Studio Assistant Jamie Rowe Original photos by Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley & Hans Wendland Recorded at The Record Company. Additional tracking at Sonic Enchantment Specialists Ltd. Additional Sonic Chocobliss™ – Joel Simches Thank you Alison Martins for additional Vocals, percussion, and Wednesday wrangling. Army of Me – Originally written by Björk Guðmundsdóttir, used with permission. . credits releases September 9, 2016 . . to everyone who has Come Black Magic with us: Our Kickstarter Backers - without whom this album WOULD NOT EXIST outside of the ETHER. Joel Simches - who artfully crafted the sonic-scapes on this album and makes magic of our live sound as well. Matt McArthur, Jesse Vengrove, Jamie Rowe and the rest of The Record Company crew - for technical and aural assistance above and beyond the call of duty. Björk Guðmundsdóttir - for allowing us the honor of covering Army of Me Alison Martins - for being everywhere Our WIREFOREST Family for encouraging our shenanigans The Secret Bureau of Art and Design, Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley, Hand Wendland, Clinic, Wu-Tang, Torrent Engine 18, Jaggery, POWER SLUT, What Time is it Mr. Fox?, Johnny Blazes and the Pretty Boys, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Fucking Palmer (and those in her crew who make that "Fucking" rad), Zoe Keating, Dead Milkmen, Jim Henson, Aleister Crowley, Alan Moore, Dorchester, Joyce Linehan, true Norwegian black metal, nudity, The Tiger Lillies, The Cloud Club, Lee Ann Farruga, Cynthia von Buhler, The SLUTS, the Boston Music Scene, Crowley, Company One, Sophia Cacciola, Betty Widerski, Michael J. Epstein, Sepiachord, Jobie, Kristilyn - Zombie Romance, TIWY, Cthulhu, Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band, Kris Jenson, Team Widow, Anthony Pedone, Mike Pecci, Ian McFarland, chaos, Bobby McCarthy, Clare Collar, friends, family, loved ones & all believers of dreams, The Lazar-Bates, all of the bands that we have the pleasure of sharing the stage with, and all of the fans that keep coming out and supporting us (this album was funded by YOU!!!! and if you bought this at a show, you're pretty much giving us gas money to get home)! “If you don’t have a band of people who SUPPORT, LOVE & LIFT UP each other, you ain’t got shit.” WS

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15. Bonnie "Prince" Billy & Nathan Salsburg – "Beargrass Song" (PoB-037, #RSD17)

Bonnie

Buy vinyl/MP3s: http://www.paradiseofbachelors.com/pob-037 Other options (vinyl/download/streaming): http://smarturl.it/PoB-037 EP Trailer: https://youtu.be/TUY8MeTylMc http://www.paradiseofbachelors.com/pob-037 http://www.paradiseofbachelors.com/bonnie-salsburg This delightful 45rpm 7" EP, the pair's first recorded artifact, is limited to an edition of 2000 copies, and is available for purchase exclusively on Record Store Day, April 22, 2017, in-person at participating brick-and-mortar shops. Please feel free to request it in advance from your favorite local shop, so they can place the necessary order with Secretly Distribution. We will also offer a small number of copies for sale here to coincide with the release of the digital version of the album on June 9, 2017. *** “Our names are Sals and Bonnie, two rounder boys you know”: In which the intrepid Louisville duo gamely paddle forth to explore two Kentucky creeks, singing an ode to Beargrass and meeting their match in two hitchhiking, car-riding young ladies of the Cigarette Crew. Paradise of Bachelors is honored to shepherd unto your ears and hearths this charming first recorded artifact by revered songwriter, singer, and actor Bonnie “Prince” Billy (né Will Oldham, aka Palace Brothers, Songs, and/or Music) and Nathan Salsburg, curator of the Alan Lomax Archive and distinguished writer, solo guitarist, and accompanist to Joan Shelley and James Elkington (see also their Ambsace album, PoB-21.) Historians and statisticians may note that this untitled treble-jewelled travelogue, moving and amusing in equal measure (and available in a limited edition of 2000), is our second official Record Store Day release and third collaborative 7” Extend Play record, following in the formidable footsteps of Hiss Golden Messenger and Elephant Micah (PoB-04) and Messrs. Mike Cooper and Derek Hall (PoB-25). Grab a paddle and hop in. Heed the words of Sals and Bonnie, who write: This “Beargrass Song” was made at the behest of filmmaker Morgan Atkinson for Beargrass: The Creek in Our Backyard, his 2016 documentary about the history and status of Louisville’s Beargrass Creek. Nathan wrote the intro, and Bonny birthed the subsequent bulk. “Wallins Creek Girls” isn’t so much about a creek, but a brief impression of two free-spirited women who spent one long ago September 11th (a Friday) bumming cigarettes and hitching rides around the Harlan County coal camp of Wallins Creek, Kentucky. It was presumably composed by Dawson “Little Daw” Henson (1886–1974) of Clay County, who recorded it for Alan Lomax in 1937. His singing opens: “My names is Hicks and Henson, two rounder boys you know.” Who Hicks is in fact sadly we don’t know. Nor do we know much of Henson except that he kept a farm on Billy’s Branch of Goose Creek and is buried in nearby Goose Rock. With Daw on our minds, we enlisted a demo made of what he performed as “Fare You Well, My Little Annie Darling” (more commonly known as “My Home’s Across the Blue Ridge/Smokey Mountains,” or “My Own True Love”), a song that we had worked up as a contribution to a 2015 celebration of Lomax’s Kentucky recordings at Appalshop’s annual Seedtime on the Cumberland festival in Whitesburg, Kentucky.

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16. Bonnie "Prince" Billy & Nathan Salsburg – "Fare You Well,My Little Annie Darling" (PoB-037, #RSD17)

Bonnie

Buy vinyl/MP3s: http://www.paradiseofbachelors.com/pob-037 Other options (vinyl/download/streaming): http://smarturl.it/PoB-037 EP Trailer: https://youtu.be/TUY8MeTylMc http://www.paradiseofbachelors.com/pob-037 http://www.paradiseofbachelors.com/bonnie-salsburg This delightful 45rpm 7" EP, the pair's first recorded artifact, is limited to an edition of 2000 copies, and is available for purchase exclusively on Record Store Day, April 22, 2017, in-person at participating brick-and-mortar shops. Please feel free to request it in advance from your favorite local shop, so they can place the necessary order with Secretly Distribution. We will also offer a small number of copies for sale here to coincide with the release of the digital version of the album on June 9, 2017. *** “Our names are Sals and Bonnie, two rounder boys you know”: In which the intrepid Louisville duo gamely paddle forth to explore two Kentucky creeks, singing an ode to Beargrass and meeting their match in two hitchhiking, car-riding young ladies of the Cigarette Crew. Paradise of Bachelors is honored to shepherd unto your ears and hearths this charming first recorded artifact by revered songwriter, singer, and actor Bonnie “Prince” Billy (né Will Oldham, aka Palace Brothers, Songs, and/or Music) and Nathan Salsburg, curator of the Alan Lomax Archive and distinguished writer, solo guitarist, and accompanist to Joan Shelley and James Elkington (see also their Ambsace album, PoB-21.) Historians and statisticians may note that this untitled treble-jewelled travelogue, moving and amusing in equal measure (and available in a limited edition of 2000), is our second official Record Store Day release and third collaborative 7” Extend Play record, following in the formidable footsteps of Hiss Golden Messenger and Elephant Micah (PoB-04) and Messrs. Mike Cooper and Derek Hall (PoB-25). Grab a paddle and hop in. Heed the words of Sals and Bonnie, who write: This “Beargrass Song” was made at the behest of filmmaker Morgan Atkinson for Beargrass: The Creek in Our Backyard, his 2016 documentary about the history and status of Louisville’s Beargrass Creek. Nathan wrote the intro, and Bonny birthed the subsequent bulk. “Wallins Creek Girls” isn’t so much about a creek, but a brief impression of two free-spirited women who spent one long ago September 11th (a Friday) bumming cigarettes and hitching rides around the Harlan County coal camp of Wallins Creek, Kentucky. It was presumably composed by Dawson “Little Daw” Henson (1886–1974) of Clay County, who recorded it for Alan Lomax in 1937. His singing opens: “My names is Hicks and Henson, two rounder boys you know.” Who Hicks is in fact sadly we don’t know. Nor do we know much of Henson except that he kept a farm on Billy’s Branch of Goose Creek and is buried in nearby Goose Rock. With Daw on our minds, we enlisted a demo made of what he performed as “Fare You Well, My Little Annie Darling” (more commonly known as “My Home’s Across the Blue Ridge/Smokey Mountains,” or “My Own True Love”), a song that we had worked up as a contribution to a 2015 celebration of Lomax’s Kentucky recordings at Appalshop’s annual Seedtime on the Cumberland festival in Whitesburg, Kentucky.

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17. Come Black Magic

Come Black Magic

© Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys 1889-2016 ARmyOfTOys.com Walter Sickert - Vocals, Guitar, Piano Mary Widow – Vocals, Mandolin, Percussion Rachel Jayson – Viola, Glockenspiel, Toy Piano, Vocals Matt Zappa – Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Mike Leggio – Upright Bass, Electric Bass, Vocals jojo Lazar – Ukulele, Flute, Vocals Tee Jay – Drums, Percussion (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Meff – Electric Guitar, Mandolin, E-bow, Mustache (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Blake Girndt – Guitar, Skeleton Dance, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Edrie – Accordion, Broken Toys, Vocals Wednesday Alice – Vocals Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Art & Design by Walter Sickert Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Studio Assistant Jamie Rowe Original photos by Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley & Hans Wendland Recorded at The Record Company. Additional tracking at Sonic Enchantment Specialists Ltd. Additional Sonic Chocobliss™ – Joel Simches Thank you Alison Martins for additional Vocals, percussion, and Wednesday wrangling. Army of Me – Originally written by Björk Guðmundsdóttir, used with permission. . credits releases September 9, 2016 . . to everyone who has Come Black Magic with us: Our Kickstarter Backers - without whom this album WOULD NOT EXIST outside of the ETHER. Joel Simches - who artfully crafted the sonic-scapes on this album and makes magic of our live sound as well. Matt McArthur, Jesse Vengrove, Jamie Rowe and the rest of The Record Company crew - for technical and aural assistance above and beyond the call of duty. Björk Guðmundsdóttir - for allowing us the honor of covering Army of Me Alison Martins - for being everywhere Our WIREFOREST Family for encouraging our shenanigans The Secret Bureau of Art and Design, Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley, Hand Wendland, Clinic, Wu-Tang, Torrent Engine 18, Jaggery, POWER SLUT, What Time is it Mr. Fox?, Johnny Blazes and the Pretty Boys, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Fucking Palmer (and those in her crew who make that "Fucking" rad), Zoe Keating, Dead Milkmen, Jim Henson, Aleister Crowley, Alan Moore, Dorchester, Joyce Linehan, true Norwegian black metal, nudity, The Tiger Lillies, The Cloud Club, Lee Ann Farruga, Cynthia von Buhler, The SLUTS, the Boston Music Scene, Crowley, Company One, Sophia Cacciola, Betty Widerski, Michael J. Epstein, Sepiachord, Jobie, Kristilyn - Zombie Romance, TIWY, Cthulhu, Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band, Kris Jenson, Team Widow, Anthony Pedone, Mike Pecci, Ian McFarland, chaos, Bobby McCarthy, Clare Collar, friends, family, loved ones & all believers of dreams, The Lazar-Bates, all of the bands that we have the pleasure of sharing the stage with, and all of the fans that keep coming out and supporting us (this album was funded by YOU!!!! and if you bought this at a show, you're pretty much giving us gas money to get home)! “If you don’t have a band of people who SUPPORT, LOVE & LIFT UP each other, you ain’t got shit.” WS

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18. Hexlings

Hexlings

© Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys 1889-2016 ARmyOfTOys.com Walter Sickert - Vocals, Guitar, Piano Mary Widow – Vocals, Mandolin, Percussion Rachel Jayson – Viola, Glockenspiel, Toy Piano, Vocals Matt Zappa – Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Mike Leggio – Upright Bass, Electric Bass, Vocals jojo Lazar – Ukulele, Flute, Vocals Tee Jay – Drums, Percussion (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Meff – Electric Guitar, Mandolin, E-bow, Mustache (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Blake Girndt – Guitar, Skeleton Dance, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Edrie – Accordion, Broken Toys, Vocals Wednesday Alice – Vocals Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Art & Design by Walter Sickert Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Studio Assistant Jamie Rowe Original photos by Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley & Hans Wendland Recorded at The Record Company. Additional tracking at Sonic Enchantment Specialists Ltd. Additional Sonic Chocobliss™ – Joel Simches Thank you Alison Martins for additional Vocals, percussion, and Wednesday wrangling. Army of Me – Originally written by Björk Guðmundsdóttir, used with permission. . credits releases September 9, 2016 . . to everyone who has Come Black Magic with us: Our Kickstarter Backers - without whom this album WOULD NOT EXIST outside of the ETHER. Joel Simches - who artfully crafted the sonic-scapes on this album and makes magic of our live sound as well. Matt McArthur, Jesse Vengrove, Jamie Rowe and the rest of The Record Company crew - for technical and aural assistance above and beyond the call of duty. Björk Guðmundsdóttir - for allowing us the honor of covering Army of Me Alison Martins - for being everywhere Our WIREFOREST Family for encouraging our shenanigans The Secret Bureau of Art and Design, Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley, Hand Wendland, Clinic, Wu-Tang, Torrent Engine 18, Jaggery, POWER SLUT, What Time is it Mr. Fox?, Johnny Blazes and the Pretty Boys, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Fucking Palmer (and those in her crew who make that "Fucking" rad), Zoe Keating, Dead Milkmen, Jim Henson, Aleister Crowley, Alan Moore, Dorchester, Joyce Linehan, true Norwegian black metal, nudity, The Tiger Lillies, The Cloud Club, Lee Ann Farruga, Cynthia von Buhler, The SLUTS, the Boston Music Scene, Crowley, Company One, Sophia Cacciola, Betty Widerski, Michael J. Epstein, Sepiachord, Jobie, Kristilyn - Zombie Romance, TIWY, Cthulhu, Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band, Kris Jenson, Team Widow, Anthony Pedone, Mike Pecci, Ian McFarland, chaos, Bobby McCarthy, Clare Collar, friends, family, loved ones & all believers of dreams, The Lazar-Bates, all of the bands that we have the pleasure of sharing the stage with, and all of the fans that keep coming out and supporting us (this album was funded by YOU!!!! and if you bought this at a show, you're pretty much giving us gas money to get home)! “If you don’t have a band of people who SUPPORT, LOVE & LIFT UP each other, you ain’t got shit.” WS

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19. Behave

Behave

© Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys 1889-2016 ARmyOfTOys.com Walter Sickert - Vocals, Guitar, Piano Mary Widow – Vocals, Mandolin, Percussion Rachel Jayson – Viola, Glockenspiel, Toy Piano, Vocals Matt Zappa – Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Mike Leggio – Upright Bass, Electric Bass, Vocals jojo Lazar – Ukulele, Flute, Vocals Tee Jay – Drums, Percussion (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Meff – Electric Guitar, Mandolin, E-bow, Mustache (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Blake Girndt – Guitar, Skeleton Dance, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Edrie – Accordion, Broken Toys, Vocals Wednesday Alice – Vocals Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Art & Design by Walter Sickert Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Studio Assistant Jamie Rowe Original photos by Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley & Hans Wendland Recorded at The Record Company. Additional tracking at Sonic Enchantment Specialists Ltd. Additional Sonic Chocobliss™ – Joel Simches Thank you Alison Martins for additional Vocals, percussion, and Wednesday wrangling. Army of Me – Originally written by Björk Guðmundsdóttir, used with permission. . credits releases September 9, 2016 . . to everyone who has Come Black Magic with us: Our Kickstarter Backers - without whom this album WOULD NOT EXIST outside of the ETHER. Joel Simches - who artfully crafted the sonic-scapes on this album and makes magic of our live sound as well. Matt McArthur, Jesse Vengrove, Jamie Rowe and the rest of The Record Company crew - for technical and aural assistance above and beyond the call of duty. Björk Guðmundsdóttir - for allowing us the honor of covering Army of Me Alison Martins - for being everywhere Our WIREFOREST Family for encouraging our shenanigans The Secret Bureau of Art and Design, Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley, Hand Wendland, Clinic, Wu-Tang, Torrent Engine 18, Jaggery, POWER SLUT, What Time is it Mr. Fox?, Johnny Blazes and the Pretty Boys, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Fucking Palmer (and those in her crew who make that "Fucking" rad), Zoe Keating, Dead Milkmen, Jim Henson, Aleister Crowley, Alan Moore, Dorchester, Joyce Linehan, true Norwegian black metal, nudity, The Tiger Lillies, The Cloud Club, Lee Ann Farruga, Cynthia von Buhler, The SLUTS, the Boston Music Scene, Crowley, Company One, Sophia Cacciola, Betty Widerski, Michael J. Epstein, Sepiachord, Jobie, Kristilyn - Zombie Romance, TIWY, Cthulhu, Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band, Kris Jenson, Team Widow, Anthony Pedone, Mike Pecci, Ian McFarland, chaos, Bobby McCarthy, Clare Collar, friends, family, loved ones & all believers of dreams, The Lazar-Bates, all of the bands that we have the pleasure of sharing the stage with, and all of the fans that keep coming out and supporting us (this album was funded by YOU!!!! and if you bought this at a show, you're pretty much giving us gas money to get home)! “If you don’t have a band of people who SUPPORT, LOVE & LIFT UP each other, you ain’t got shit.” WS

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20. Army Of Me

Army Of Me

© Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys 1889-2016 ARmyOfTOys.com Walter Sickert - Vocals, Guitar, Piano Mary Widow – Vocals, Mandolin, Percussion Rachel Jayson – Viola, Glockenspiel, Toy Piano, Vocals Matt Zappa – Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Mike Leggio – Upright Bass, Electric Bass, Vocals jojo Lazar – Ukulele, Flute, Vocals Tee Jay – Drums, Percussion (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Meff – Electric Guitar, Mandolin, E-bow, Mustache (The Legend of Squid and Moon, Where’s Your Ghost, Hollow Points, Dull Boy) Blake Girndt – Guitar, Skeleton Dance, Percussion, Vocals (Children of the Cauldron, Come Black Magic, Behave, Odd Stories, Old Skin, Army of Me, Whole Way Down) Edrie – Accordion, Broken Toys, Vocals Wednesday Alice – Vocals Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Art & Design by Walter Sickert Produced and Engineered by Joel Simches Studio Assistant Jamie Rowe Original photos by Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley & Hans Wendland Recorded at The Record Company. Additional tracking at Sonic Enchantment Specialists Ltd. Additional Sonic Chocobliss™ – Joel Simches Thank you Alison Martins for additional Vocals, percussion, and Wednesday wrangling. Army of Me – Originally written by Björk Guðmundsdóttir, used with permission. . credits releases September 9, 2016 . . to everyone who has Come Black Magic with us: Our Kickstarter Backers - without whom this album WOULD NOT EXIST outside of the ETHER. Joel Simches - who artfully crafted the sonic-scapes on this album and makes magic of our live sound as well. Matt McArthur, Jesse Vengrove, Jamie Rowe and the rest of The Record Company crew - for technical and aural assistance above and beyond the call of duty. Björk Guðmundsdóttir - for allowing us the honor of covering Army of Me Alison Martins - for being everywhere Our WIREFOREST Family for encouraging our shenanigans The Secret Bureau of Art and Design, Jenny Bergman, Jonathan Beckley, Hand Wendland, Clinic, Wu-Tang, Torrent Engine 18, Jaggery, POWER SLUT, What Time is it Mr. Fox?, Johnny Blazes and the Pretty Boys, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Fucking Palmer (and those in her crew who make that "Fucking" rad), Zoe Keating, Dead Milkmen, Jim Henson, Aleister Crowley, Alan Moore, Dorchester, Joyce Linehan, true Norwegian black metal, nudity, The Tiger Lillies, The Cloud Club, Lee Ann Farruga, Cynthia von Buhler, The SLUTS, the Boston Music Scene, Crowley, Company One, Sophia Cacciola, Betty Widerski, Michael J. Epstein, Sepiachord, Jobie, Kristilyn - Zombie Romance, TIWY, Cthulhu, Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band, Kris Jenson, Team Widow, Anthony Pedone, Mike Pecci, Ian McFarland, chaos, Bobby McCarthy, Clare Collar, friends, family, loved ones & all believers of dreams, The Lazar-Bates, all of the bands that we have the pleasure of sharing the stage with, and all of the fans that keep coming out and supporting us (this album was funded by YOU!!!! and if you bought this at a show, you're pretty much giving us gas money to get home)! “If you don’t have a band of people who SUPPORT, LOVE & LIFT UP each other, you ain’t got shit.” WS

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