Here Comes the Wizard Pt. III EP

by Talking Mountain

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Here is the album version of Here Comes the Wizard (and There's Nothing I Can Do) Pt. III from Mysterious Knowledge/Unknown Colors.

Also included are:

A mostly finished version of the song "Baseball Stars" intended for a fully re-recorded version of the album Old Gold/Ancient Jamz in 2011. I believe it is lacking bass guitar. 10 lathe-cut vinyl records were going to be produced, but the kid with the lathe ended up being a wishy washy machine so the project was scrapped.

The original demo for the song "Meth is Bad 4 U," which ended up getting reworked a bit and called "This is Bad 4 U" instead. This version sounds kind of cool, and I like the dual vocals.

A demo for the song "Kansas City Misery" which is from 5 or 6 songs I wrote about different cities in Missouri around 2002-2003. A more polished but less good version of the song was included on the 2004 Roarbot album Rainbow Schnerbert/The Pesky Burgers.

Lastly, a slowed down version of Here Comes the Wizard Pt. III is included for the patient listener. It is intended to be listened to while cleaning up dog hair or sitting beneath a tree.

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released April 30, 2013

Everything was made by Jason Meyer/Talking Mountain except:
Bass guitar on Kansas City Misery was played by Chris Kramer.
Drums on Kansas City Misery were played by Ryan Kingkade.

Here Comes the Wizard (and There's Nothing I Can do) Pt. III was mastered by Darren Keen/Touch People.

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