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Anomaly Import

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  • Audio CD
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Picar
  • ASIN: B000WH31PC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #744,991 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Jazz Rock / Fusion (US) Original release 1970
Tracks: The Monster Bride (David Wright), Spiders (In Neals Basement) (Marvin Krout), Witches Theme and Dance (David Wright), 4 A Brief Message From Your Local Media (David Wright) a)The Garden
b) The Assembly Line c) Electric Man d) Question.

Musicians:
David Wright-Trumpet, Vocals, Narrator, Slide Whistle
Paul Cohn-Flute, Clarinet, Tenor sax, Flute and Flute with Maestro Woodwind Device
Neal Rosner-Bass Guitar Lead vocals
John Mahoney-Drums, Vocals
Micahael Linn-drums on Witches
Dennis Stoney Philips-guitar, Vocals
Tom (Tojza) Laney-Organ, piano, Screaming

Bobby Christian-Timpani, xylophone and chimes
on Bride and Brief Message

McLuhan was a concept and a mixed-media group where no particular musical venue or style would necessarily prevail. The creator of the idea was David Wright who composed most of the music and wrote the lyrics on their only album. The idea was to try different things in performances including special sound effects such as baby's crying, various weird instruments, background sounds, playing old movies during their performance ("Monster Bride" was actually Bride of Frankenstein and in live performance they would turn on the movie at the point where the 20th Century Fox theme is played). The medium was the message, not the content. Labels didn't matter. The Wise-Fools Pub on Lincoln Avenue in Chicago hired McLuhan to perform every Monday night and they developed a small local following. Their performance got really tight, and eventually led to a record contract. McLuhan only was together for about 1 to 1 ½ years, and they never had a live performance promoting their album... since the very last thing they did was produce Anomaly.
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Format: Audio CD
Great Album if you can find it ! I had to order one from Japan[a knockoff] This was recorded by Bruce Swedein -of Micheal Jackson fame-and its influrnce can be heard on "Triller".
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