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The poems of Backmasking uncover secret messages of rock and roll in relation to religion, mostly in a loose sonnet form reminiscent of David Wojahn's classic, Mystery Train. Set mainly in the Muscle Shoals area of Alabama, these narrative poems, spun in reverse, detail a young man's ascent into the glittery world of guitar heroes, all the while singing out the day-to-day absurdities of the sacred and the profane. Fame Studio Session              Muscle Shoals, Alabama 1989 Its history in rock and roll was lost on me The night that we snuck in. My buddy Jon Had called a friend who'd let us tape for free. The evening band had paid, was packed and gone When we arrived with drums, guitars and Tom— His blank cassettes would dub our only tune. I can't recall who played the bass, or hum The hooks and riffs we tracked. So, pretty soon We called it quits, our demo done. I'd love To say we felt Aretha's vibe, or heard That Wilson Pickett preacher-scream above Our own pathetic din. But clever words And chords are not enough. Beside our cars We lingered in the lot and spoke of stars.        

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    • Ano de Edição: 2014
    • Ano:  2014
    • País de Produção: United States
    • Código de Barras:  2000872905517
    • ISBN:  9781937875770

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