Carrie Dahlby's 2nd album, released at MarsCon 2009.
Includes unlimited streaming of Giant Kitten
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
ships out within 14 days
I was seated in seat number A19 on the 3rd balcony before the Steely Dan concert at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago, on June 27th of 2007. While writing in a notebook waiting for the concert to begin, these parody lyrics for "Hey Nineteen" by Steely Dan pretty much wrote themselves, and yes, a drunk guy did throw a beer at my head. The great Luke Ski helped with a few additional lyrics and the sketches, as well as appearing as Drunk Guy. Chris Mezzolesta of Power Salad is 100% responsible for the instrumental and the mixing/mastering, and 50% responsible for the vocals. DJ Particle also makes her first appearance as Security Joan in a Carrie Dahlby track.
Incidentally, you should check out this news story about the recent Steely Dan concert in Chicago on August 16th, 2008. It's surprisingly relevant...
Carrie Dahlby made her first contributions to the world of comedy music on the albums of 'the great Luke Ski'. Later she
made appearances in the songs of Sudden Death, Possible Oscar, and many more acts from TheFuMP.com. Her debut funny music CD "Happy Ranch" was released in 2007, her 2nd CD "Giant Kitten" was released in 2009, and her 3rd and latest CD "Sing All Funny Jokes" was released in 2014....more