(Elizabeth Park: A Story About Lee And Wally, East Palestine, Ohio, 1988...One morning, Lee asked Wally "What should we do today?") poison ivy, poison ivy, behind the house, don't follow me, don't follow me, the crying sound. Diagnose, please, diagnose, please, the hives break out. Now, let's go see, now, let's go see the sky fall down. Me and Wally, me and Wally, in children's books, we were young, we, we were young, we were skilled, small crooks. Reality, reality and fiction hooked. On Halloween, on Halloween, we killed with looks. We went corning, we went corning; we threw at cars. In the morning, in the morning, our guilt was large. Then, the brakes screeched, then, the brakes screeched; the door slammed, hard. They were chasing, they were chasing us through the yard ("Would you drop us off, at Elizabeth Park?" Lee asked Dad, when they got back home, "Wally and I have a nice, long walk to take." The end, Lee, your Dad made this for you? Yeah, that's so cool.).
from Virginia's Playlist,
released January 1, 2017
Lee Boyle - Lyrics, Vocals, 2-String Guitar / Ellen Frost - Vocals / Wade Boyle - Lyrics
Third Class recommends this release, by juche, a great act, out of Cincinnati, Ohio, with a very experimental take on soundscapes, beats, and concepts. Third Class' Jack Boyle is an active member. Third Class