Sunday, November 05, 2006

Eleanor Rigby/Veidbach

Eleanor Rigby/Veidbach

(Lennon-McCartney/Wall)

If you needed any proof that we've always been smartasses, look no further. Originally put out on Pop Machine's early 90's cassette releases, we are joined by guest guitarist John Wall, really making this an Opmium (Pose Machine?) track. Taking our cues from Neil Young, we consider the feedback at the end a separate "art" piece and have labeled our masterwerk accordingly, giving rise to perhaps the only shared "Lennon-McCartney-Wall" writing credit in human history.

Al: Vox, bass synth
Sook: Drums
Scott: Guitar
John: Guitar

2 Comments:

Blogger Scott said...

Sounds like Johnny Rotten fronting the White Stripes now.

11:37 AM  
Blogger JohnnyLeed said...

I actually rehearsed the solo, basing it on the melody -- something I rarely do! Sounds GREAT!!! WHAT?? I CAN'T HEAR ANYTHING!!!!

7:10 PM  

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