Donkey No No: Tandoori Chicken (the Neverending Story) 1

SKU: 33173382
Donkey No No: Tandoori Chicken (the Neverending Story) 1

Donkey No No: Tandoori Chicken (the Neverending Story) 1

SKU: 33173382

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Tandoori Chicken (the Neverending Story) 1
Artist: Donkey No No
Label: Feeding Tube
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 752830272118
Genre: Rock

"Second boss LP by this bossest of Western Mass trios. Comprised of Jenifer Gelineau on violin & electronics, Omeed Goodarzi on guitar, and Edward 'Ted' Lee on bowed cymbal, Donkey No No create the sort of instrumental hallucinations you'd expect to hear in the background of a film by Jodorowsky or Arrabal. It's very cool, because they use the very instruments you'd hear in some shitty Ken Burns documentary, in order to play music that would make Ken's sallow head explode if he tried to wrap his noggin around it. With sometimes scratchy violin as the ostensible lead instrument, theoretical comparisons to old timey music are inevitable. But Donkey No No's sound is old timey only in as much as it's tendrils are as timeless as smoke. Every note they generate heads in such weirdly trippy directions you can immediately suss why these guys are such a favorite of Gary Panter (king of the hippies). Much of their flow is an unstoppable lateral gush, reminiscent of mid-points in long sets by classic-if-lost Bay Area bands like Patrick Kilroy's New Age trio or Serpent Power. They create an aura that is filled with breath and light in a way that few other bands have ever mustered. It's crazy to think that because they're a new band, on a label not known for it's psych releases, that it's gonna take heavy duty psych heads YEARS to find the damn thing. Only when it is no longer in print, and Feeding Tube is an empty brush warehouse once again that the big boys will figure this one out. Which gives you a chance to get a jump on these turds. So do it. If you appreciate the sound of sliding through golden portals, this record was made for you. Whether you like curry or not." -Byron Coley, 2017. Edition of 300; Silk screen fold over covers by Neil Burke.

1.1 Live at 118 Elliot St. Brattleboro, VT - 4.14.16 - Donkey No No
1.2 Live in Greenfield, Ma - 9.3.16 - Donkey No No
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