George Brigman & Split ‎– I Can Hear The Ants Dancin' 1982,Blues Rock, Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock

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George Brigman & Split – I Can Hear The Ants Dancin' 1982,Blues Rock, Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock

Crazy psychedelic jams from the late 70s and early 80s. Fuzzed out weird rock. Raw music that illuminates and odd, unique place.
"The buzz around Baltimore's George Brigman first began in the mid '70s when an 18 year-old George self-released his first LP Jungle Rot, a wicked mess of wahwah distortion and mutant blues. That LP quickly gained cult status as it was quite unlike anything else around that time. George's reputation was solidified even more with 1982's cassette I Can Hear the Ants Dancin' which due to popular demand worldwide was reissued by Or Records on vinyl in 1995.

Biography
George Brigman has been well known in the underground garage/heavy psych community since his debut release, Jungle Rot in 1975 ,an instant collector's item called "the Holy Grail" by David Fricke of Rolling Stone magazine. Following Jungle Rot, George gigged live and recorded with his bands Hogwash and Split, whose names were derived from album titles by his favorite band Groundhogs. His publishing company S'one Songs, his Solid record label and the song "T.S." were all references to Groundhogs as well.


Tracklist


1 Part Time Lover 0:00

2 I Can't Help The Way I Feel 4:20

3 Vacation 6:50

4 Blowin' Smoke 10:36

5 Animal Dope 17:30

6 I Can Hear The Ants Dancin' 22:30

7 Jazzma 26:04

8 Clap Trap 29:29

9 I'd Like To Tie A Knot Around Your Mother's Throat 32:06