Baltimore's guitarist and vocalist George Brigman unleashed a hellish dose of
distorted blues-rock on his debut album,
Jungle Rot (Solid, 1975 - Anopheles, 2005), that was soon forgotten.
Nuclear-waste guitar licks fueled restive dirges in the vein of the Stooges.
A single, Blowin Smoke/ Drifting (Solid, 1977), a
cassette, I Can Hear the Ants Dancin' (1982 - Or, 1995),
an EP, Silent Bones (Bona Fide, 1985), and the album
Human Scrawl Vagabond (Resonance, 1986), that contained
songs from Silent Bones and I Can Hear the Ants Dancin' as well as some new songs,
temporarily closed his career.
Rick Noll writes:
George Brigman's career is not closed! He has not released much due to the nature of the business, but that has changed now. In the past year he released expanded CD reissues of both Jungle Rot and I Can Hear the Ants Dancin with extra tracks. These are a joint release with Bona Fide and Solid. He also licensed a vinyl Jungle Rot edition to Anopheles. All this came about as a result of parallel boots from Synton (Austria) and Radioactive(UK) at the end of 2004. He has been completing an all new CD Rags in Skull for 2006. This has been in the works for a long time, but is nearing completion!
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