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"Slip inside this house as you pass by"(7 posts)

"Slip inside this house as you pass by"Sintesi
Nov 1, 2002 1:26 PM
Name that tune. Name that band. And name that album.

we will review your work this coming monday.

Ciao bambine!
13th Floor Elevators--Roky Erickson...that was too easyColnagoFE
Nov 1, 2002 2:03 PM
http://www.texaschapbookpress.com/slipinside.htm

Primal Scream also did a cover:

http://www.sing365.com/music/Lyric.nsf/songUnid/58B293EA2D2A7BB748256A290034DA34
Screamadelicamickey-mac
Nov 1, 2002 5:58 PM
Man, that first Primal Scream album was good. I've been listening to it again recently, and it holds up very well 10 years later. They did a pretty good live show too (at least what I remember of it).
Easter Everywhere LPsteve-z
Nov 2, 2002 8:46 AM
Since no one mentioned the album title yet...

I picked up an original copy on International Artists a few years ago for only 20 bucks. It's a prized posession.

btw: Roky recently returned to Austin from a stay with his brother in Pittsburgh. Every now and then, some local bands throw a benefit for his various expenses.
The RBR Peanut Gallery scores an A.Sintesi
Nov 4, 2002 6:10 AM
And here I thought we were all into sucking in the 70s classic rock.

An original for $20? That was a steal, worth 3 times that last I heard. Let's here it for acid tinged Texas psyche. How many rock bands used a jug as a main instrament? That's creative.

Okay, staying in that vein, what later-famous-guitarist played in a Texas psyche band called the Moving Sidewalks?

No google cheating. Know it or don't.

Bonus: Name another really cool teenage loser band from Texas in the 60's with the initials Z. T.
The RBR Peanut Gallery scores an A.steve-z
Nov 4, 2002 7:08 AM
Billy Gibbons...
Can't throw one past steve-z.Sintesi
Nov 5, 2002 7:34 AM
Billy Gibbons it was.

Z.T. is far more obscure but still great Zakary Thaks.

Their story as told by the internet gods. Less they be forgotten.

http://www.cicadelic.com/zak40.htm