"I've got my whisky.
I've got my gun.
I've the day off of work from the factory.
I've got a sawed off barrel of fun.
I've got some theories you need to hear.
You see that car parked across the street.
No don't look now you have got to be discreet.
But behind the wheel there sits the guy
Who follow me to all the guns shows
and keeps a list of all the weapons I buy."
Part of whisky/gun by Eddie Glenn from UN-PC (partly because it was made on a Mac and secondly for this reason).
Glenns first album, "Un-PC," was a collection of purposefully offensive satirical songs along the line of "Talking Arab Blues." The album features songs from the point of view of a conspiracy theorist with a gun and a conservative advocating forced genocide on the elderly. Glenn recorded the album because he felt like everything has gotten too politically correct.
The eclectic folk singer, Eddie Glenn, is starting to be known as one of the most interesting songwriters in northeastern Oklahoma.
You are kidding me, there is more than one of those in northeastern OK.
Anyways, here is the point. I love this singer/songwriter. So I am going to do a post, for my extremely large congregation.
I will do the leg work and find out if this contact info is still correct. If it is I will update this post and tell you that it is. So you can get you own copy of this wonderful CD. Also all correspondence with Eddie will be posted.
Eddie Glenns CD is available from Eddie Glenn Records, P.O. Box 1999, Tahlequah, OK 74465, for more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.