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The king of goofball roots music devotes almost all of this album to cover material, concentrating mostly on songs from the pre-rock era. Few folk-based performers are as skilled at reviving old songs with as much reckless imagination. His vocals, simultaneously affectionate and wildly irreverent, will not be to everyone's taste. But certainly many listeners whose sense of humor extends beyond the boundaries of Saturday Night Live will find Stampfel's joyfully twisted singing putting grins on their faces. The arrangements adroitly tap country, Tin Pan Alley, New Orleans, and even a bit of rock influence; the blazing covers of "Goldfinger" and "Cry of the Wild Goose" are highlights.


Born: 29 October 1938 in Wauwautosa, WI

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the first artists to explore the nexus where folk and psychedelia meet, Peter Stampfel is best known as the founder of the freewheeling acid-folk collective the Holy Modal Rounders, one of the first salvos in a recording career that's spanned six decades. Stampfel was born in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin on October 29, 1938, and developed a fascination with music at an early age, listening to pop standards and country music on the radio. After enrolling at the University of Wisconsin, Stampfel fell...
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