On This Day – A Squid Eats Down Into a Polyethelene Bag

Yes, that’s right the Maskara Snake, on this day in 1941 the world of music saw the birth of a stone cold genius.

The ZigZag Wanderer himself, Don Van Vliet, made his appearance in Glendale California. The old fart was playing and the mothership was flying when, 28, years later the best album ever made hit our shelves (and has rarely been off my turntable or out of my CD player ever since).

Trout Mask Replica is unconditionaly guaranteed to amaze and delight you in your blue jeans under the moonbeams while the doc at the radar station watches a black bird eating ice cream and a man in a hat picks up his easel says goodbye and then walks down his yellow brick road. Its the same ol’ blues, again. Ella Guru sheds a tin teardrop and says that he was the one red rose that she meant.

Just Throwing This One In a Captain Tribute Band – And they ain’t Bad!

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