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Bad Mutha Goose And The Brothers Grimm

Bad Mutha Goose And The Brothers Grimm

Bad Mutha Goose And The Brothers Grimm


BAD MUTHA GOOSE & the BROTHERS GRIMM After Poison 13 parted ways, Tim Kerr developed a bit more of his funk vein. This band broke new ground (even though it was the late 1980s), by combining African Americans and Anglo-Americans on stage together performing socially conscious songs, in the vein of Sly and the Family Stone. The frantic delivery of the band’s singers (Deñia Ridley, Alvin Dedeaux and Billy Pringle – who had sung in many other of Austin’s early punk bands) spurred the giant crowds they got almost from the first Read more on Last.fm
BAD MUTHA GOOSE & the BROTHERS GRIMM After Poison 13 parted ways, Tim Kerr developed a bit more of his funk vein. This band broke new ground (even though it was the late 1980s), by combining African Americans and Anglo-Americans on stage together performing socially conscious songs, in the vein of Sly and the Family Stone. The frantic delivery of the band’s singers (Deñia Ridley, Alvin Dedeaux and Billy Pringle – who had sung in many other of Austin’s early punk bands) spurred the giant crowds they got almost from the first, into a wild, sweaty pitch of uninhibited dancing. Bad Mutha Goose released 2 EPs on Fable Records and 1 EP and 1 LP on Alpha Music (the old Philly Sounds label), which are currently very hard to find.

This band recorded with the likes of Joe “Da Butcher” Nicolo, (Schooly D, DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince) and with Muggs from Cypress Hill. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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