Download links and information about Last Round by The Holy Modal Rounders. This album was released in 1978 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 50:58 minutes.
|Artist:||The Holy Modal Rounders|
|Genre:||Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic|
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|4.||The Cold Roll||3:08|
|5.||The Belly I Idolize (featuring Antonia)||4:01|
|6.||August 1967 (Hippies Call It Stp)||4:00|
|7.||If You Want to Be a Bird, Wild Blue Yonder (featuring Antonia)||3:14|
|9.||God, What Am I Doing Here (featuring Antonia)||3:10|
|11.||Romping Through the Swamp||2:30|
|14.||Year of Jubilo||4:11|
|15.||Snappin' P***y (featuring Antonia)||5:13|
Unless, like the Holy Modal Rounders, you've spent a lot of time listening to Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music while ingesting recreational drugs, their music might sound a bit odd to you. Actually, given the ramshackle performances, it sounds a bit odd in any case, but as with any humorously intended work, appreciation of it depends on one's sympathy with the artists. For initiates, this seventh (and, so it seemed at the time of its release, final) album was one of the Rounders' better ones, with Peter Stampfel, Chris Weber, and especially Robin Remaily turning out characteristic new work and covers of old songs like "Euphoria" and "If You Want to Be a Bird" backed by a rhythm section. "August, 1967 (Hippies Call It STP)," borrows its tune from "Fishin' Blues," while head Rounders Peter Stampfel and Steve Weber sing a paean to psychedelic drug use that breaks down into odd references such as this allusion to Amos & Andy: "'Splain dat to me, Kingfish, it ain't too clear/King it to me, 'splainfsh, said the engineer."The CD reissue released on June 27, 2000, added three bonus tracks. "TV Song" is a tribute to the addictive power of television; "Year of Jubilo" revives a Civil War victory celebration; and "Snappin' Pussy" is an appropriately bawdy follow-up to an earlier Rounders favorite, "Boobs a Lot."