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  1. Mar 16,  · The Insect Trust was an American jazz-based rock band that formed in New York in The members of the band were Nancy Jeffries on vocals, Bill Barth on guitar, Luke Faust, formerly of the Holy Modal Rounders, on guitar, banjo, fiddle, and harmonica, Trevor Koehler on saxophone, and Robert Palmer (–) on clarinet and alto saxophone.
  2. •First g vinyl reissue “Even by the standards of an era that constantly broke down musical boundaries, the Insect Trust were quite extraordinarily unusual” - Mojo “Absolutely original and unique” - Rolling Stone. Side 1 1. The Skin Game 2. Miss Fun City 3. World War I Song 4. Special Rider Blues 5. Foggy River Bridge Fly. Side 2 1.
  3. Oct 26,  · the insect trust was one of the best (almost) completely unknown s american rock bands. they made 2 albums. this was the first and best (both are great, their second album "hoboken saturday night" is recently available on amazon and is highly recommended as well). they combined folk, rock and free jazz music in a way never done before or since as sucessfully. the female vocalist later /5(20).
  4. Mar 15,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Insect Trust on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - SKAO • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock/5.
  5. The Insect Trust was a rock band that formed in New York in , whose characteristic sound was a psychedelic mixture of progressive rock, jazz, folk, blues and rock and roll and had similarities to Fairport Convention, Janis Joplin, Grateful Dead, and Jefferson Airplane.
  6. While the Insect Trust were clearly and affectionately influenced by classic blues and folk, they were also eager to mess around with it, and Robert Palmer and Trevor Koehler's horns and woodwinds often throw this music into a loopy, atonal, and acid-infused direction while the loose, slightly rickety sound of Bill Barth and Luke Faust's guitars and banjos honors the styles found on vintage 78s just 8/
  7. Another side of the Insect Trust surfaces on the closer, "Ducks," as the upbeat R&B groover could easily be mistaken for a long lost Bar-Kays cut. After several decades in eminent demand among enthusiasts, Hoboken Saturday Night was reissued on CD in by Collectors' Choice Music.
  8. The Insect Trust released two albums, their self-titled debut on Capitol, and their second and final LP, Hoboken Saturday Night.

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