Crab Tunes / Noggins ‎– Crab Tunes / Noggins

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Warner Bros. Records ‎– WS 1944, Raccoon ‎– # 8
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A1 Crab Tune # 1 2:45
A2 Noggin Attempt # 1 0:58
A3 Crab Tune # 2 2:53
A4 Noggin Attempt # 2 2:28
A5 Crab Tune # 3
Tenor Saxophone – Bill Mitchell (3)
1:24
A6 Noggin Attempt # 3 1:06
A7 Crab Tune # 4
Harp – Earthquake*
4:13
A8 Ole Jasper 2:07
B1 Cybelle 2:21
B2 Crab Tune # 5 4:25
B3 Noggin Attempt # 4 0:45
B4 Crab Tune # 6 9:38
B5 Noggin 2:51

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Recorded June-July 1970.

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Dragoenweyr

Dragoenweyr

March 31, 2012

A remarkable piece of vinyl so bad it is genius in the spirit of Mick Jagger's "C*cksucker Blues". Recorded by members of the Youngbloods after the departure of Jessie Colin Young, in order to fulfill contract obligations, this is so purely bad it never fails to clear any room of people within five minutes. "Crab Tunes" is the most primitive and repetitive song ever written. "Noggin" attempts start out as a really tuneful piano number which degrades into chaos as the pianist makes mistake after mistake. It is a scream and because we recognize superior accomplishment whatever the direction, this is an album in the collection that will never be parted with.