You'll be forgiven
for thinking that Terry Anderson would have run out
of songs by now. He's been at it for over 30 years,
and his tunes have stocked the shelves for the Faboulous
Knobs, the Woods, the Yayhoos, various other Dan Baird
enterprises, and, of course, the Olympic Ass-Kickin
Team. But, nope, here he is back with another batch
- songs about sex, women, sexy women, America the Contradictory
and Barry Bonds and it might jus be his best collection
Where Are The Freaks?
Where are the Freaks is a tribute to the far-out Brooklyn neighborhood where the L train line ceases to be trendy: "You never move out, you love it, you hate it." Frontwoman Charlene McPherson wails over a delicious thousand-layer cake of guitars that starts out sounding kind of Siouxsie and then goes Stonesy real fast.
... New York Music Daily
Best Christmas Ever
Come With Me
albums including rare and
previously unreleased songs and new, jazz-infused renditions
of some of Helen's biggest hits.