Maryland's Mark Tucker debuted with a limited-edition LP,
Batstew (1975), that mixed poppy tunes and field recordings,
dedicated to his girlfriend and sounding as demented as
Wild Man Fischer against a backdrop of
electronic sounds (notably the lengthy Submerged Bat Vortex).
After a long period of insanity, he crafted two avantgarde concept albums:
In The Sack (1983), credited to his new moniker,
T. Storm Hunter, and highlighted by two psychedelic-jazz instrumentals
Shelly and Can't Make Love,
Harem-Scarem Suite (1996), a set of tunes dedicated to women.
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