God bless if this prospect inspires you to turn on and tune in, but it gets me thinking of archival footage I saw in a rock documentary of Big Brother & the Holding Company (sans Janis) jamming along to a pan of sizzling bacon, and those are the sort of thoughts that have me preemptively reaching for the stop button. Actually listening to this mess only corroborates my initial hunch.
1. Johnson didn't really play anything on the album.
2. Phil's last name
3. If Raposa really loves the musicianship on this record,
But its success comes partially from Elverum's production and partially because Orange isn't standing alone. He has other musicians holding him up, their musical textures complementing a well-worn boy and his guitar.
Adrian Orange & His Band