9 thoughts on “ World War 1 Song - The Insect Trust - The Insect Trust (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Jun 08,  · Their first album, "The Insect Trust," was great, too. The only thing they ever did that was truly crappy was, IMO, was the song Christgau liked the most, the heavy blues song that the Nancy Jeffries sang, "Trip on Me." She was better suited to quieter, prettier singing.
  2. The Insect Trust - Remastered, an album by The Insect Trust on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, World War I Song. 4. Special Rider Blues. 5. Foggy River Bridge Fly. 6.
  3. The item format is a vinyl LP The Artist Name is The Insect Trust The Title is The Insect Trust Condition Used The Media Condition is Near Mint The Sleeve Condition is Very Good Plus Other Comments Media Condition-Near Mint. Sleeve Condition-Very Good Plus. The Tracks of this item include 1. The Skin Game 4 08 2. Miss Fun City 5 07 3. World War End date: Jun 30,
  4. THE INSECT TRUST left to right:Luke, Trevor, Robert, Nancy, Bill Tribute and interviews by Jason Gross (January ) Years back when I just getting to be a record junkie, there was a wondeful record by this band called Insect Trust that I found called Hoboken Saturday tubligetotisicilosachuterro.coinfo was out of print for years and it was a long time before I met anyone else who knew about them.
  5. With all five members contributing material " The Insect Trust " somehow managed to incorporate influences ranging from s-era anti-war tracts ('World War I Song'), bluegrass ('Foggy River Bridge Fly'), C&W, jazz, discordant avant garde (the second half of 'The Skin Game'), blues (the blazing 'Special Rider Blues') and what would even pass as a precursor to .
  6. 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.
  7. The Insect Trust, an Album by The Insect Trust. Released in on Capitol (catalog no. SKAO ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Psychedelic Folk.
  8. If nothing else, their instrumental line-up should warn you that The Insect Trust was not your run--of-the-mill late s rock and roll outfit. The group's talent pool consisted of guitarists Bill Barth and Luke Faust, reed players Trevor Koelhler and Robert Palmer and vocalist/keyboard player Nancy Jeffries.
  9. Find The Insect Trust bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - One of the more interesting one-shot bands in.

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