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Zoot Horn Rollo – We Saw A Bozo Under The Sea (2001)

18-08-2014, 10:25
Music | Rock

Zoot Horn Rollo – We Saw A Bozo Under The Sea (2001)

Artist: Zoot Horn Rollo
Title Of Album: We Saw A Bozo Under The Sea
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: ZHR 2001
Genre: Progressive Rock
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: VBR 0
Total Size: 106 MB
Total Time: 61:04
Website: Discogs

01. Got a Buzz on 00:57
02. Relocating Dirt - Life's Work 06:26
03. Miniature Mojo 06:23
04. Cowboy Coffee 04:55
05. Dancin' With the Doorknob 03:45
06. Temporary Tattoo 05:28
07. John's Eyes 04:30
08. Solo Below 00:58
09. Still Living with Mom 04:55
10. Detective Charlo 05:00
11. Church of the Mowed Lawn 05:20
12. Don's Secret 05:34
13. Nice Patina 01:32
14. Elvis Beans 05:29

Zoot Horn Rollo: Guitar
Tony Proveaux: Harmonica
Gregg Bendian: Vibraphone
Brian Price: Violin
Dave O'Toole: Saxophone
Dave Lucas: Bass
Mark Schneider: Bass
Gregg Bendian: Drums

Review from RateYourMusic:
Great stuff! Bill Harkleroad has changed the fantastic weirdness of Beefheart's music to more rational and cool approach, nonetheless very effective. All tracks are well thought-out, beautifully arranged and tastefully played. A thinking man's guitarist, that's what Mr. Zoot Horn Rollo is. Fans of Allan Holdsworth and early Fred Frith, take note.

Biography from RateYourMusic:
Captain Beefheart's Trout Mask Replica has often been hailed as one of the greatest albums of all time. But often, his sidemen have been swept aside. The most notable member of his "magic band" is slide guitarist Zoot Horn Rollo. Originally named Bill Harkleroad, he joined Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band at age 17. He was dubbed Zoot Horn Rollo and was featured on Beefheart's third LP, Trout Mask Replica. After recording several landmark albums with Beefheart, Rollo left to focus on other things. After an off-beat blues group titled Mallard, Zoot disappeared from the general public. But in the late 90's, it was said that Zoot would be making a comeback. His 2001 debut, We Saw a Bozo Under the Sea earned him recognition as a great guitarist once again. He currently teaches guitar to children in Oregon.

From an interview on Captain Beefheart's site:
What hurts me is that people say to me they changed their life when I was just a 19-year-old guitar player. I'm 49, and I've been playing all the time. Are you going to allow Zoot Horn Rollo to play who he is now? So when it becomes album time, maybe this summer, I need to keep in mind that there are people who expect certain things of me, but at the same time I've gotta be true to the fact that I've worked very hard over the last 30 years to learn how to play more musically and yet keeping the sense of freedom that I grew up with.

More info here:
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