Crazy Doberman - Two Tales of Lost Witness Marks
This description from the label truly sums about this scatter shot, melt-down quilt of an album: "Ringing modular synth sirens evoke alarmingly huge Southern watersnakes swimming on top of Oconee river. Total trip zone across two sides: brownouts in the sequence of events, dubby fadeouts, and bright jump cuts in space. Teases of cartoon barrlehouse tickling on the keys of a farmhouse piano and tape melt psychedelia."
As soon as you figure out where you are, where the album is headed, it will turn. Distant piano trickles in, far beyond a squeal of maybe a clarinet or tenor sax unfurls. Throbbing monologues by a heavily distorted guitar bring forth a new dimension. All in all, Two Tales of Lost Witness Marks by Crazy Doberman is an incredibly far out journey from a group of eight tuned-in / zoned-out experimental musicians. It sounds as though the jumping off point could have been the last 30 seconds of Bowie's song "Neuköln," and from there...