Fingerpainting

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Fingerpainting by The Red Krayola

“George III”

“Bad Medicine”

“A Hybrid Creature Of Greed, Ignorance And Powers Of Comprehension Plays A Vaulted Drum Kit”

“Tears For Example”

“There There Betty Betty”

“The Greed Of A Clarinet That Is Puffy From Crying Gets Tossed In Butter And Spread By Notes”

“Vile Vile Grass”

“A Sow With An Abbess’s Bonnet Is Sitting On Four Rock-Objects And Singing Along With Them”

“Mother”

“Out Of A Trombone That Is Divided Lengthways By A Partition Of Gold Sound/Seven Violins Of Dynamite/In My Baby’s Ruth”

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