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Fuzzatonic Scream

Bobby Gaylor

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Album Review

Unlike many of rock's major spoken-word figures in the '90s (Henry Rollins, Maggie Estep, King Missile's John S. Hall), Bobby Gaylor doesn't have a hip alternative pedigree, and accordingly, his debut album, Fuzzatonic Scream, doesn't betray much of a punk influence. But that's not to say it's never dark, edgy, or slightly bizarre; it just creates those moods with a gentler, subtler touch, both in the straightforward pop/rock or electronic backing music and in Gaylor's polished prose. Gaylor has a keen eye for detail and a strong sense of the underlying absurdities of human behavior, and even if the backing music isn't usually anything to write home about, his narratives are more than enough to carry the record.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Standup comic and spoken word performer Bobby Gaylor was born and raised in Boston, juxtaposing his duties as guitarist in a series of failed local bands with day jobs, including gravedigging and pizza delivery. Gaylor moved to L.A. in the early '90s, working as a writer on the sitcom Roseanne and appearing on TV shows and small films before he decided to set his standup act to music. He connected with two of his friends, composer/guitarist Marc Bonilla and musician/engineer Michael Scott, and created...
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  • £7.90
  • Genres: Comedy, Music, Spoken Word
  • Released: 11 February 2000

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