Nobody can live a life completely away from songs. Even without hearing them, they are a part of our daily lives. This easy-to-use manual is based on thirty-six years of experience of escaping uncomfortable identity issues using music. If you have to be yourself and you have to live with music, why not be the music yourself?
This difficult-to-live-without booklet contains many engaging chapters. Some are entitled:
The Author, a true hider of self behind song, takes the reader on a journey of
creation and discovery of the time-honoured method of composing music to
hide the less desirable parts of one’s self. Good songs always triumph in the
end, and wouldn’t you like to, too?
“With that melody, I almost forgot that you’re an abomination.”
— Some fundamentalist christian to Rae Spoon at a show in Red Deer one time.
Kolakovsky Press of Canada
A Little Bastard (Cat. #4366)
A Fancyman (Cat. #4367)
A Hard Drinkin’, Card Playin’ Guitar Pickin’ Son of a Gun (Cat. #4368)
A Voice Imitator (Cat. #4368)
An Elimination Dance Caller (Cat. #4371)
Twitching & Shattered (Cat. #4372)
A Celebrated Hero of the Charge of the Light Brigade (Cat. #4373)
Norwegian (Cat. #4375)
A Real Sweetheart and Pass Me That Lighter (Cat. #4376)
A Squirrel Sexer (Cat. #4377)
An Anglophillic Jew (Cat. #4378)
A Safe Cracker (Cat. #4379)
An Anglophobic Jew (Cat. #4380)
A Pelt Smuggler (Cat. #4381)
A Harmonium (Cat. #4382)