Found Breckmanalia

Maybe you've already seen this, but if you want to thrill to Our Hero's misanthropy without waking the neighbors, you can discover the peccadilloes of that "Starry, Starry Night" assbag here.'

'I started out as a folkie. I thought I was Bob Dylan. None of my so-called friends had the fucking courtesy to tell me I wasn't Bob Dylan. Anyway, I figured what I needed was a big-time show biz manager, so I sent out a bunch of demo tapes....'

For extra credit: Using historical examples, explain how being "well-known in folk circles" differs from being well-known in drum circles.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

That bordered on surreal. Thanks for sharing.

robin.g said...

There is a show in the archives that addresses this whole debauchle; darned if I can remember which one though.

John K said...

May 26, 2004: The Feud

Anonymous said...

The Kingston Trio Rocks!

Anonymous said...

Yesterday I found Andy's "Proud Dad" CD in the bargain bin at the CD Cellar in Arlington, VA. I had to buy it, of course (for $1.99). I would love to give it a review, but my girlfriend wouldn't let me listen to it after hearing the first song, "The Very Very Sorry Song".

It's pretty bad.