EP: he is really bad at playing that song…

Hey, remember those Video 45s that Sony used to release in the early 80s? A VHS of about 3 or 4 music videos by an artist? Those were pretty cool; I almost wore out my Thomas Dolby and Blotto ones. So, for the holiday season, I put together a Kittysneezes Video 45! Except that it’s not put out by Sony and no VHS copies of it exist. Unless someone out there is bored enough to dump these to tape. In which case, more power to you, I suppose. Sure, the individual tracks have been issued over the past week and a half — but I didn’t reveal my master plan! Now, here is the Kittysneezes Video EP: he is really? bad at playing that song…

On this recording, Kittysneezes is:
Rev. Syung Myung Me: Vox, Guitar, Banjo, Keyboards, Drum Machine, Thingamagoop

Track one: “Acupuncture” by Half Japanese, written by David Fair, original from the album Sing No Evil.

Track two: “Complication” by Monks, written by Gary Burger/Larry Spangler/David Havlicek/Roger Johnston/Thomas Shaw, original from the album Black Monk Time.

Track three: “Spy” by They Might Be Giants, written by John Flansburgh & John Linnell, original from the album John Henry.

Enjoy! Kittysneezes will be taking the next couple weeks off from a full publishing schedule because of the holidays — we’ll be back January 5th with all new content, and we’ll be running reruns in the interim!


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