Have Moicy! [CD on Demand]
 : Have Moicy! [CD on Demand]

by: Michael Hurley, Peter Stampfel, Jeffrey Frederick, Unholy Modal Rounders

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Hurley
EAN: 0011661301023
Item Dimensions: 4555022494
Label: Rounder
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Rounder
Model: 1973989
MPN: 1655843
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: February 14, 1992
Publisher: Rounder
Release Date: March 30, 2009
Studio: Rounder

Disc 1:
  1. Midnight In Paris
  2. Robbin' Banks
  3. Slurf Song
  4. Jacknife/The Red Newt
  5. Griselda
  6. What Made My Hamburger Disappear
  7. Sweet Lucy
  8. Country Bump
  9. Fooey Fooey
  10. Jealous Daddy's Death Song
  11. Driving Wheel
  12. Weep Weep Weep
  13. Hoodoo Bash
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
These unruly folk-rock rascals (who added "Un-" to their name for this release because Steve Weber wasn't on it) had a blast and made one of their most irrepressibly enjoyable recordings with this 1976 LP. They cover fast food, romance, digestion and robbery as you behold Slurf Song; Robbin' Banks; Griselda; Sweet Lucy; Country Bump , and more!
Have Moicy! was recorded over the course of three days back in 1975 by the musical equivalent of the Yippies. Leading the way was Holy Model Rounders founder Peter Stampfel, aided and abetted by fellow travelers Michael Hurley and Jeff Fredrick. The lot of them patched together a never-too-cute assortment of country-folk novelty numbers that are playful, irreverent, randy, and ribald ("We fill up our guts and then we turn it into shit and then get rid of it"). Just the sort of stuff folk music had misplaced and desperately needed in order to remain relevant. Singer/songwriters may have become bogged down in self-reflection, but not these loons. Here was Hurley contemplating baked potatoes and pork chops ("The Slurf Song," "Sweet Lucy"). Frederick, meanwhile, fretted his way through "What Made My Hamburger Disappear" and Stampfel wailed with out-of-tune gusto on "Griselda" (indie rockers Yo La Tengo salvaged the latter on its beguiling collection of covers, Fakebook). It's nearly impossible not to like Have Moicy!, and it's damn easy to love it. --Steven Stolder

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