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Alvarius B. & Sir Richard Bishop - If You Don't Like It​.​.​. DON'T! (2014) Lossless

26-04-2014, 09:57
Folk | FLAC / APE

Alvarius B. & Sir Richard Bishop - If You Don't Like It​.​.​. DON'T! (2014) Lossless

Artist: Alvarius B. & Sir Richard Bishop
Title Of Album: If You Don't Like It​.​.​. DON'T!
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Three Lobed Recordings
Genre: Folk, Experimental, Acoustic
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 35:14 min
Total Size: 169 MB


1. Alvarius B. - Yeah Well, Oyster Shells
2. Alvarius B. - Dwarf Awareness
3. Alvarius B. - Monster Tear, Again
4. Alvarius B. - Saz Nicotine
5. Alvarius B. - Cracklin' Larvae
6. Alvarius B. - Crawling With General
7. Alvarius B. - Plunger Stick Mirror Trick
8. Alvarius B. - Lowered Sunlight
9. Alvarius B. - Is It Baked?
10. Sir Richard Bishop - Open Season
11. Sir Richard Bishop - Brick and Mortor
12. Sir Richard Bishop - Wormwood
13. Sir Richard Bishop - Midwestern Serenade

Alvarius B (Alan Bishop) and Sir Richard Bishop are brothers who were two thirds of the legendary ethno-jokester-punks Sun City Girls. "If You Don't Like It... DON'T!" represents the first ever split release between the Bishop brothers under their own name performing original material. Each of the brothers has their own side to this LP and each contributes new instrumental tracks recorded in 2013 specifically for this release. This thirty-five minute LP is essential for Sun City Girls fans, fans of the brothers' solo works and of outsider rock.

Three Lobed Records’ delightfully titled If You Don’t Like It … DON’T! brings together new six-string work from Alan and Rick Bishop, AKA Alvarius B. and Sir Richard Bishop, AKA the Brothers Unconnected, AKA co-founders of the late, lamented Sun City Girls. The brothers are literally unconnected here, both contributing a side of solo recordings, but they’re linked by a sense of adventurousness and the limitless possibilities offered by the acoustic guitar. The Alvarius B. pieces are raw, short and spiky, briskly performed, but not without shards of elemental beauty shining through. Sir Richard, befitting his noble title, brings an elegance and refinement to the flipside. His songs go down a bit easier than his brother’s, but they’re still far from smooth. The closer, “Midwestern Serenade,” is a rambling beauty that drifts along, light as air for a captivating seven-and-a-half minutes. Long live the Brothers Unconnected!

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