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Caroliner

Caroliner

Caroliner


Caroliner (a group that also goes by many other names) is a tribute band to Caroliner, the memorial singing bull of the 1800's. "Well the original Singing Bull was from back in the 1800's... this gal had a singing bull on a ranch. She took it around, it sang all these songs, it could pick up songs, you'd relay these songs to it and then it would get it back to you, it would sing it back to you... so what she did is, she took it around, took it to all these mine camps, made a small little amount of money, you know, and entertained people. Read more on Last.fm
Caroliner (a group that also goes by many other names) is a tribute band to Caroliner, the memorial singing bull of the 1800's. "Well the original Singing Bull was from back in the 1800's... this gal had a singing bull on a ranch. She took it around, it sang all these songs, it could pick up songs, you'd relay these songs to it and then it would get it back to you, it would sing it back to you... so what she did is, she took it around, took it to all these mine camps, made a small little amount of money, you know, and entertained people.

...she goes back to the ranch, there's nothin' to eat, everything's gone to hell, there's no food, nothin', so she cuts up Caroliner and eats it, wraps it in its own skin and it keeps on singin'" says B'sau-Sau in Wingnut Magazine in 1991. They recreated his songs using relatively harsh noise, garbled vocals, organs, violin, fiddles, accordions, guitars, banjos, Jew's harps, and many other instruments. 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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