Electric Fetus

A D.I.Y. effort all the way, Music Is Just a Bunch of Notes was recorded above a Minneapolis coffee house, engineered by John's bandmate Dave "Snaker" Ray and released on his fledgling Sweet Jane label. It's reissued here for the first time since '72: Everybody's Goin' for the Money; Don't Terrify Me; Be Careful; Taking Time, and more Koerner originals plus existential spoken-word tracks. On the DVD: The Koerner-produced cult film the Secret of Sleep (1970), in which John receives a mysterious call and embarks on a utopian quest!
A D.I.Y. effort all the way, Music Is Just a Bunch of Notes was recorded above a Minneapolis coffee house, engineered by John's bandmate Dave "Snaker" Ray and released on his fledgling Sweet Jane label. It's reissued here for the first time since '72: Everybody's Goin' for the Money; Don't Terrify Me; Be Careful; Taking Time, and more Koerner originals plus existential spoken-word tracks. On the DVD: The Koerner-produced cult film the Secret of Sleep (1970), in which John receives a mysterious call and embarks on a utopian quest!
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Format: CD
Label: NENP
Catalog: 410911
Rel. Date: 11/09/2010
UPC: 643157410911

Music Is Just A Bunch Of Notes/The Secret Of Sleep
Artist: Spider Koerner John & Friends
Format: CD
New: Available to Order $24.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Macalester Don't Stop Now
2. Ramble, Tumble
3. Don't Terrify Me
4. Be Careful
5. Waiting For Go With Normal Dub
6. Cindy's #'s
7. Everybody's Goin' For the Money
8. Skipper & His Wife
9. Thief River Falls
10. Mr. Image
11. Taking Time
12. Wall, The

DISC: 2

1. Secret of Sleep, The

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A D.I.Y. effort all the way, Music Is Just a Bunch of Notes was recorded above a Minneapolis coffee house, engineered by John's bandmate Dave "Snaker" Ray and released on his fledgling Sweet Jane label. It's reissued here for the first time since '72: Everybody's Goin' for the Money; Don't Terrify Me; Be Careful; Taking Time, and more Koerner originals plus existential spoken-word tracks. On the DVD: The Koerner-produced cult film the Secret of Sleep (1970), in which John receives a mysterious call and embarks on a utopian quest!
        
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