|1||All That Spring You Could See Halley's Comet||5:26|
|2||I'm So Tired Of Violets (Take Them All Away)||7:18|
|3||Our First Communist Psychic Researcher||4:19|
|4||Bear Goes Shopping||2:39|
|5||A Brief Stroll -- The Velvet Parasol||3:04|
|6||When The Telegram Arrived That She Was Dying||5:54|
|7||I'll Know That I'll Be Ture||4:55|
The seven lengthy instrumentals on Madagascar's debut album tend to favor the minor key and moody side of the instrument, but Michael Lambright is clearly a gifted squeezeboxer. The Baltimore-based musician is joined by brother Anthony Lambright on musical saw (another instrument that never gets its proper due, producing an otherworldly, ethereal drone that is used beautifully throughout the album) and a variety of other instrumentalists on glockenspiel, acoustic guitar, and various other oddments.
1. All That Spring You Could See Halley's Comet. Listen to Forced March in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Madagascar - Bear Goes Shopping 02:39. Madagascar - A Brief Stroll - the Velvet Parasol 03:04. Madagascar - When the Telegram Arrived That She Was Dying 05:54. Madagascar - I Know That I'll Be Ture 04:55. Spirit Of The Street - Madagascar.
This band is awesome.
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