Associationalist Composition No.1

From Plastic Tub

Steven Vogeler's masterpiece of dissimulation, featuring the celebrated passage popularly known as You know what.

Another popular passage is where John Popper, singer and harmonica master of Blues Traveller, plays the Drunken Southern Sheriff in a short dramatic skit called His jowls were chads.

There are no songs on the album, no cuts. Only passages. The lengths vary from listener to listener and no one is ever exactly sure how the transition takes place. The process is opaque. It is the source of the noodle in AA imagery, and as such forms the fire-python of the mind's eye: the language flux that preceded Perception.