Tinker - Inside Out!
a teen idle went wrong and never was, the fopish Bill Tinker muddles
his way throught this array of nauseating "groovier Herman's Hermits"
Bill's got culture. "A Very Ordinary Man" has influences of dixieland
with it's banjo, trombone and slide whistle. "You Could Get High"
starts with an excellent jaw harp lead in. God knows that we here
at VinylCheese LOVE the jaw harp! In fact, one is never more than
an arm reach from our keyboard...really.
Tinker is also a tortured man. "Dee Ann" aches with longing. "Again
and Again" oozes agony, crooning about the time she made him cry.
"The Man From Birmingham" is a soul wrenching protes song. Apparenty,
man stood on a hill in Birmingham,
A man just had a gun placed in his hand,
The man put the gun up to his head,
Pulled the trigger and he was dead."
Insert further tripe.
that seems to have alleviated the hate from his veins and somehow,
this corresponds to Vietnam.
he is a sensitive man. The sleeve notes read:
write what I feel, and my deepest desire is for you to feel it too-
That's my real pay."
just sorry that I have to come to you through this 12" piece of
plastic disc- that sees neither your eyes nor mine. And that knows
no such thing as warmth or expression. It passes neither smile
nor tear! And I'm only sorry- that you can't be here- Right Now."
Pure poetry. This man does know exactly how I feel.
Tinker also loves Tinker Toys, which is really what earned him his
place here on VinylCheese. The Vision of Bill Tinker as Guru, sitting
cross legged and reaching out to give spiritual guidance to anyone
in need of it, with skinny black striped on white pants that first
lead the eye, then frame his crotch, sitting in front of an abstract
Tinker Toy structure. WOW!
like a lizard in the glory that is Bill Tinker, for he will show
you the way.You Could Get High.
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- Bill Tinker Winamp skin.