Escape Goat

by The OF

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Videos:

Damn Dirty Hippie
youtu.be/NDbO_Y211Bk

Refrigeration Leak
youtu.be/W4a4kcq5i4Y

Double Shift
youtu.be/IuC1QvrwYqo

John Carey interview:
youtu.be/VEz2w14EYrE

The OF would like you to think they a group of space lobsters from some outer realm of existence. Well, that is not true, but it may as well be. Even in remote Roslyn, WA, their secret headquarters, these foil-clad colander-wearing toilet-busting barbecue-banging lunatics are often misunderstood.

The video they are making for their song “Damn Dirty Hippy” is not likely to help the situation. It will feature a close shave. Check it here:
youtu.be/NDbO_Y211Bk

Like their first album, Escape Goat has mostly long songs with many parts. You will find them beautiful. You may also find them weird. The OF are unique and that, dear friends, is no longer an easy thing to be.

For their first album, Oh It's The OF, they were a mere four-piece. They have added another guitar player and a sax player and sometimes percussion; they are now an advancing army of six or seven. More players invoking the compositions of Mr. John Carey is six or seven times more beautiful than other brands.

Their album cover comes from a collage assembled by a lumber monkey on a working clip board over a period of ten years. It is pure. It is multi-leveled. It is Art! Art of the proletariat!

100% TRUE FACT: I put out The OF’s music for one simple reason. They are great. Prove me wrong!!

credits

released May 1, 2015

The OF is:

John Carey: Guitar, Keyboard, Digitalfx, Compositions
Patrick Nevin: Yowling Hippy
Ian Gray: Bass Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin
Mike Brown: Guitar
Travis Yost: Drums
Jansen Dustin: Woodwinds
Jim Morgan: Studio Mayhem Percussion

Special guests:
Dan Taylor keys on Bottom Feeder
Seth J. Garrido baritone sax on Bottom Feeder
Lightnin Joe Meyering harp on Cat Squeezer Blues and It's a New World
Colton Carey trombone on Escape Goat

Words & Music by John Carey
© 2014 John Carey except,
"Damn Dirty Hippy"
© 2014 John Carey and Pat Nevin

Cover design Tom Dyer and John Carey
Cover collage by Kip Phillips
Collage photo by Carlton Stephen Lonergan IV
Escape Goat photo by Rich Jaenicke

Mastered by Tom Dyer

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