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Duf Davis and the Book Club
Murdertainment (Murdertainment)

By: Gary "Pig" Gold

Here he comes again, all the way from Princeton NJ, with much more of "the very worst in electronic entertainment" (as the man himself sez).

Despite some wonderful contributions from Book Clubbers Tim Korzun and Chris "The Breetle" Breetveld, this pretty much is Duf's baby ...and quite some babe it is, too! "Abraham Lincoln" opens the proceedings in a majestic, wholly-Moodiesque way, "This 'N That" sounds like the "Smiley Smile" that got away, no less than Thelonious Monk appears to guest upon "When Hollywood Came And Burned It All Down."

"The Lonely Tarantuala" once again proves Duf to be every bit Jandek's equal at the guitar, and "Silly Symphony," quite naturally, is. Not everyone's cup of meat, of course, but why this man isn't making a very fine living scoring Internet movies is ANYBODY's guess!

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