Saturday, February 19, 2005

Jim Copp & Ed Brown


Working at home far into the night with three Ampex tape machines, a piano, a kazoo, to say nothing of a celeste, a pump - organ, bongo drums (and don't forget the ratchet, the Autoharp, the tambourine, tin whistle, castanets, teacher's desk-bell ) plus myriad reels of tape and editing gear, Jim Copp, with his associate Ed Brown who designed the imaginative covers and contributed voices, conjured a lunatic land that stretched all the way from Thimble Corner to Flumdiddle.

Just watch this brilliant performance by Jim Copp of
"Agnes Mouthwash"...

And for those of you who don't have time to wait around for the ridiculous 18 meg file, here is an MP3 of The Frogman from Jim Copp Tales.

Jim Copp-The Frogman MP3

Playhouse Records offers the entire Jim Copp & Ed Brown discography on CD, cassette and vinyl (!!!!).

1 Comments:

Anonymous Sir Charles Bascomb said...

Hey Fattty, found your will poking through the wet mungent remenantsss of a green goo attack victim. I made notes & passed em on 'higher up' ALL THE WAY TO JESUS!

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