Only the finest and most expensive equipment was used in recording
this professional, and therefore viable, ALBUM. Recorded by
professional recording artist producer Stevel Larbjiv
at his custom studio at a cost of $790/hr. All profoundness purveyed
through improvised 12 bar blues jam guitar solos played on a $3,000
Les Paul Studio Custom (Bird's-eye flame-maple top), vintage 1972 through all-original
Marshall half-stack (1969 = EXPENSIVE). This fine equipment enables a
very authentic true-blues sound; a sound that when appropriately and professionally
conjured is a manifestation of God himself on earth.
on this recording are designed
demonstrate skill as infinitely more valuable than sponatneous
expression and creativity. Great pains were taken to emulate trademark
sounds originated and previously reproduced numerous times by innumerable other
from Chicago, those guys with the makeup, and those glisteningly attractive
people on Tele-Vision who E A R N E D their respect by toiling countless hours
honing their heaven sent talent and marketing their work PROFESSIONALLY with
of pride spiced with a little bit of unimaginable magnificence.
Professionalism spent their hard-earned dollars to make sense of this complicated
Marvel at the amazing beauty of the lowest common
denominator, stunning lack of surprise and the awe-inspiring
non-exploration. Brilliant is the only word that comes close to describing
these on-target de-originalising flavor-cans. Admiration of such super-human
alter-ego type uber-caliber musicianship and presentation is inevitable.
Indeed, any dissent from such high principles renders such recordings as
sub-human bird-doo and therefore unworthy of the premier label "music".
If you are an important music expert person, or even a musician yourself, who
has heard, understood, and done every conceivable idea there is to know
will cause for you tremendous sexual arousement, and your eyes will water as if you've
been dicing onions.