Black Dress and the Invisible Man
and other tracks from the vault of Alabama's ambient rockabilly guru, Ned Mudd.
“Black Dress and The Invisible Man” appears on From the Vault, vol.1, a new album just released on Bandcamp.
From the Vault, vol. 1 is an assortment of sonic trinkets from the moldy vault, recorded circa 1996-2006. A few old friends helped out along the way. Some are no longer among the living, their sounds traveling on in the quantum groove.
Included: soundtracks, home recordings, sketches, dusted off in search of new ears. Listeners should not be alarmed by clicks, pops, scratches, or other mishaps of time. It’s all a continuation of the Big Bang. Signal to noise. Bang a gong.
Check out the full album here:
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Ned Mudd resides in Alabama where he engages in interspecies communication, rock collecting, and frequent cloud watching. He is the author of The Adventures of Dink and DVD (a space age comedy). Some of Ned’s best friends are raccoons.
I've this song. It's really pretty funny. "Five billion years of evolution and I've come to this." Thanks Ned, you made my day.