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  1. Stream Admonishing the Bishops by Thinking Fellers Union Local and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Exclusive discount for Prime members.5/5(5).
  2. from Tangle: 2, 14, 21 The Funeral Pudding: 3 Admonishing The Bishops: 12 Lovelyville: 1, 7, 10, 13, 24 Wormed By Leonard: 4, 5, 6, 17, 23 Strangers From The Universe 4/5(4).
  3. Apr 16,  · Admonishing the Bishops, an EP by Thinking Fellers Union Local Released 26 October on Matador (catalog no. OLE ; CD). Genres: Noise Rock, Indie Rock. Featured peformers: Mark Davies (vocals, guitar, bass, banjo), Jay Paget (drums), Anne Eickelberg (bass, vocals), Mr. Hageman (vocals, mandolin, guitar), Hugh Swarts (guitar, vocals), Bob Weston (engineer, producer), Thinking /5(14).
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  5. Thinking Fellers Union Local are one of the least-well-remembered bands of the '90s; Iowa emigrants who were part of a Bay Area mini-scene which was simultaneously more experimental and tuneful than the era norm, with a certain similarity to British shoegazer cast in a prog-rock format, they put out a number of records on Matador but never got to be more than wacky filler on college radio /5(8).
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  7. Feb 09,  · Thats Thinking Fellers Union Local for you uneducated types. Song Hurricane; Artist Thinking Fellers Union Local ; Album Admonishing the Bishops; Licensed to YouTube by CD Baby (on behalf.
  8. Thinking Fellers Union Local were remnants of San Francisco's hippie/freak culture of the s, and heirs to the Residents' theatrical madness. Tangle () and especially Lovelyville () collected eccentric, amateurish, irreverent and manic-depressive miniatures that overflowed with echoes of the most disparate genres (free-jazz.

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