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Sacred Cow

Geggy Tah

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Album Review

Geggy Tah may be eclectic, drawing from all sorts of collegiate rock, but they have a hard time focusing their talents on their second album, Sacred Cow. Careening between jangly pop, tame punk, reconstituted prog-rock and funk, the band covers a lot of ground without coming up with a distinctive sound. Furthermore, the group is undone by their weakness for cutesy, sophomoric jokes — their very attitude makes it seem like they're being condescending to their own music. But the best moments on Sacred Cow — despite their flaws, the band does have musical skill — suggest that if the band can focus themselves, they'll produce an engaging album.

Biography

Formed: Pomona, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

There is nothing ordinary about the Pomona, California trio Geggy Tah. The group's unpredictable sound is a quirky mix of funk, jazz, alternative, and experimental rock. Starting out as a duo (comprised of Greg Kurstin and Tommy Jordan), the band got their name when their baby sisters had problems speaking their names. Signed to David Byrne's Luaka Bop label in the early '90s, Geggy Tah issued their debut album, Grand Opening, in 1994 (with Byrne himself signed on as one of the album's executive...
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