Off The Cuff, An Evening With Jon Thimshell

by Jon Thimshell

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Here is some music Jon Thimshell recorded after he was released from prison for stabbing a homeless man in Keene, NH. His story is long and perverse and the music has few high points and hardly any redeemable artistic value. The music is full of two note melodies and a droning exhausting string of stuck together words in a vain hope of making an artistic statement without going through the bother of having a point of view or any sort of passion. It was all sung in a whisper so as not to disturb the neighbors and was heavily influenced by the large amounts of Robotussin DM he was consuming at the time. During these Robo-Trips he reports on once being surrounded by a large group of coyotes and he also stated that he was able to tear through to other dimensions with his "Claws of Power". In these other dimensions he supposedly heard all the music he was ever going to make all at once. It could be assumed that Jon was trying to duplicate this "all at once" sound which is maybe why these particular songs sound so chaotic and atonal, but who can say?

Enjoy.

Ian Johnson

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released February 2, 2001

Jon Thimshell
Karaoke Machine

with special guest J. M. Roy on "The Diaper Caper"

themusics.bandcamp.com/album/chit-munk-death-by-floyd

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