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FIBONACCIS Civilization & It's Discotheques

fibs_dad_store.jpg FIBONACCIS Civilization & It's Discotheques Vinyl LP
Suppose Nino Rota got drunk with John Phillip Sousa in the back room of a Hollywood soundstage. Suppose they're joined by a couple of organ grinders from a failed travelling acrobatics troupe. Suppose they pick up an Asian chanteuse at the corner dive, and together stagger home to drink, sing, and dance till the light of dawn. The music produced from such a meeting of the minds (or mindless) might describe Fibonaccis, a headshrinkin' espresso-fueled ensemble equal parts Berlin cabaret, Sicilian dirge, and hip-shakin' Watusi mating ritual. Hard to label? Yep.Hard to enjoy? Never!One sip of their intoxicating brew and pop will never taste the same. The Fibonaccis, who swiped their name from a thirteenth-century Italian mathemetician, consist of almond-eyed siren Magie Song on vocals, Professor John Dentino on keyboards, bassist Tom Corey, trapeze artist-turned-drummer Joseph Berardi, and the inimitable guitarist Ron Stringer, also known as "Swamp Nymph" in the shadowy underworld of circus contortionists. They combine their disparate exotic tastes into an act of musical chicanery, pleasing but deceiving to the eye and ear. Make no mistake, this is no ordinary sideshow-barking gang of geeks. This is a band with entrails. So cross your fingers and close your eyes. And maybe, just maybe, the Fibonaccis' travelling carnival will take the detour to your town, and hold you open-mouthed and spellbound with their spritely tales and twisted oompahpah.

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