Mike Dillon, Shoot The Moon
The first of the three records, 'Shoot The Moon,' is a ten track collection which Dillon describes as "Punkadelic-Funk-Psych," focused heavily on the current political climate in the United States. Assembling an assortment of stylistically uncompromising musicians to contribute, its line-up features Matt Chamberlain, Steven Bernstein, Nicholas Payton, Robbie Seahag Mangano, Jean-Paul Gaster and Nick Bockrath among others. Highlights include the apocalyptic road warrior anthem "Drivin' Down The Road," a swirling New Orleans jazz-raga "Further Adventures in Misadventures" and the snarling punk rock diatribe "Quool Aid Man" with its indictment of the American right or in Dillon's words "old men and their guns."tering
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