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Mummydogs formed in northern California several times between 1996 and 2000. They named themselves after the frankfurters that go round and round at the mini-market and are never purchased. First they learned the theme song for the '60s cartoon show King Kong. Like their namesake, it was funny and sad and kind of Egyptian. Following detours through BARRY WHITE, ENNIO MORRICONE, delta blues and cracker country, Mummydogs developed a grungy melodic pop sound laced with maracas and feedback. Paul Takushi (drums) and Cary Rodda (bass) build a corral for Guy Kyser's overheated acoustic guitar and Johanna Kyser's rumbling keyboard. Mummydogs include former members of THIN WHITE ROPE, CHANCE THE GARDENER, BEATRICE 9, JEM AND SCOUT, and THORNUCOPIA.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 5, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Frontier Records
  • ASIN: B0000630DU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #470,910 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listening to this album was like hearing the whole history of music and civilization, from possum-sized primates banging on their nuts to post-modern infrastructure collapse. Zarathustral in its scope. I pity any bands that try to make another album in the wake of this behemoth. Vocals are a little froggy here and there, but what the hey.
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Band was apparently named after a widely-marketed frankfurter. This is the group's first effort. I received this disc as a gift, more or less and I thought that it deserved a review. Their music is like grungy pop, with what I believe has some wide appeal potential. Tracks that I thought showed off the band's talent were "Fly Away", "Red Bandana", the inspiring "Paul Of The Jungle", the Skip James cover "Look At The People" and their Johnny Thunders cover "Ask Me No Questions". Line-up: Guy Kyser - guitar & vocals; his spouse - Johanna Kyser - keyboards & vocals, Carry Rodda - bass and Paul Takushi - drums. An okay find.
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By A Customer on July 14, 2003
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So happy to see Guy Kyser return to music after taking about 10 years off...
Mummydogs are different than Thin White Rope, more low key and bluesy. Love the way Guy and Jo's voices blend, that somewhat makes up for having no Roger Kunkel dueling guitars! Speaking of cover versions, the Mummydogs seem to have struck gold by having their cover version of Johnny Thunders' "Ask Me No Questions" used in a Las Vegas tourism commercial. I keep hearing it during Dodger games-- irony?
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