MP3 Comfy Chair - Hello Dali
A surrealistic celebration of Vaudevillian Rock and Slamswing.
22 MP3 Songs in this album (72:36) !
Related styles: ROCK: Rock opera, JAZZ: Swing/Big Band
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Comfy Chair: The World''s Last and First Time-Traveling Vaudevillian Rock Band!
Marvelous Musicianship-Epic Showmanship-
Electric or acoustic, this band will take you to places that you thought you knew but only had guessed at and other places where you would have paid more money than you will now to experience them for yourself. They not only get you up and dancing but leave you shaking your head with a grin on your face that won’t go away for a week.
The band released their debut CD, ''Party on the Titanic'' in 1997 to critical acclaim, inducing Greg Heller of BAM Magazine to utter the immortal words, "I heard they were the best band ever in the history of time."
In 1998, Elektra Records chose Renaissance in Harlem, a single from the album, to be included on their internationally distributed compilation disc, ''Jump Up and Boogie''.
The band followed up ''Party'' with the raw and raucous ''Live and Uncut'' in 1999, recorded while playing at the Oregon State Fair.
Comfy Chair has built a dedicated following all along the West Coast. From the Showbox and the Backstage in Seattle to the Viper Room and the Whisky A-Go-Go in L.A., the Oregon State Fair two years in a row, the Great American Music Hall in S.F., as well as hundreds of other clubs, parties, and fairs, Comfy Chair''s soiree into the surreal has pleased audiences of every kind. In addition, Comfy Chair hosts, plays house band, writes and acts in comedy sketches, and books a variety of solo performance talent, all to form their unique, randomly recurring Vaudeville-style show, "z''Art Fantastique".
''Hello, Dali!'', Comfy Chair''s long anticipated release, is a migration from their trademark slamswing sound to the arena of the wild, the psychedelic, the Old World and the surreal.