Jiblit Dupree and Hal McGee Love You is a collection of 18 new songs and instrumentals combining trailer trash country, blues, noise, punk, and comedy into a blend that sounds quite unlike anything else. Recorded Saturday, June 9, 2012, at Hal McGee's apartment in Gainesville, Florida.
If you are easily offended by raunchy lyrical content of highly questionable humorous redneck taste, go no further than reading this description. Themes treated in the songs include monster trucks, miscarriages, drunken poorly-aimed sex, lust for midget Down's Syndrome girls, Beach Boys send-ups, stipulations, Josef Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Abraham Lincoln, Barack Obama, Walt Disney, Salvador Dali, hate on a personal and universal level, disdain for environmentalism and New Age "philosophy", Pony Bones, death, Noise Scene orthodoxy, The Sex Pistols with a Dachshund sing-along, abortion, Black Flag, prostitution, um - did I mention tongue in cheek misogyny?, alcoholism (duh), marital discord and divorce, more death and misogyny, gallows humor, and on and on.
File Under: Comedy, Noise, Country & Western, Electronic
Recorded on a Zoom H-2 digital recorder.
Album cover photo by Kyle McGee, taken on Hal McGee's porch, while rain poured outside.
Download the album to view additional photos from the session.
released June 9, 2012
Jiblit Dupree (Danny McGuire): voice, effects, slide guitar, banjo, trumpet, ratchet, words to most of the songs.
Hal McGee: Korg Monotron analog synthesizers, minimal electronics, cigar box diddley bow, can-jo, electric guitar, voice, words ("Equal Opportunity Hate" and "Nature Is Overrated".
Gracie Blue the Dachshund: backing vocals on "Bodies".
The words of "Bodies" written by The Sex Pistols. The music is way different.
The same for "I Love You", original words by Black Flag.
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