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ain’t nothing but rock

A crotchety voice, that is to say, a voice like an experienced crotch, betraying its mechanics and passion. Tippy became de facto, defecto and de fucto vocalist, because girls were the only instrument he could really play. So he sang about that….”   by mike mosher   As youth, besides…

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punk rock and trailer parks

The underground comix of Kim Deitch were stiff in comparison to the pneumatic babes of Robert Crumb, or lubricious pirates n’ dykes of S. Clay Wilson, yet somehow held their own in his long narratives….”   by mike mosher   Sometimes stiff is good. Al Feldstein, later senior editor at…

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