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Tuesday, February 03, 2015
Peter Stampfel sings "I'm Snooki" on a rooftop in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Peter Stampfel is best known among devotees of the bizarre in music as having been, along with Steve Weber and, at times, others, part of the Holy Modal Rounders, once described as "the originators and sole exponents of the genre known as acid-folk." The clip above, for which I'm--as so often--indebted to Michael Simmons, shows Stampfel on a rooftop in St. Petersburg, Russia singing a song he wrote along with Jeffrey Lewis about a now passé reality TV cynosure from New Jersey. As Michael put it, "Utterly twistoid."
Parental advisory: Stampfel lets loose a few f-bombs. Who knows what this may do for Russo-American relations?
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Labels: Music, New Jersey, Russia
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