Monday, October 04, 2010

Ivory-Colored Connections Over A Discarded Onion

Very Very Vectors were a band of immense psychological value who were clever, imaginative, irresponsible, untrustworthy and extroverted; not to mention, every member was less than threefoot-high. But their miniscule size did not dictate their action lumps, at least not in the early days, before the invalid ammonia they lashed at the audience near the end. The narrativity in their 1972 5-LP rock opera, "Five Months of Forever" is fundamentally meaningless, but the whiney noise of their 1970 opus, "Prepared Interest Proposal" befuddles market analysts to this day. This writer predicts that it will remain very gentle on the memories for decades to come.

1 comment:

terrified said...

Hey wait, Very Very Vectors is my band name-- you stole it! This is bullshitular!