TBag-Wow_Babies.zip (148.9 Mb)

Having just recently posted Exit Drills in the Home and Lost in Pez-Land, it seems like a good time to have a Stacy Peck theme day. Like many, Stacy came to the Ragman scene with no musical experience and immediately ended up in one or more bands, namely Page 5 Girl and T-Bag, and through that, over time, became quite skillful. Her best-known works in Cedar Falls involved playing bass in the early lineups of Exit Drills and The Mittens. Currently she resides in the Seattle area and plays drums in a really excellent band, Telepathic Liberation Army.

Early on, however, Stacy had “guitar lessons” with Joe, whose idea of guitar lessons was to do a recording project. Joe and Stacy recorded a ton of interesting tracks as T-Bag, and out of them came this cassette album. The original was a 90-minute cassette, but unlike in the case of the first two Bludy Noz tapes, I have not trimmed it down to CD length for this posting because I figure, having not been in the band, it’s not my place to pick which songs to leave out.

Charlie Schiz

Charlie Schiz
When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. I've been weird all my life. It's my time to shine.

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