Thursday, October 22, 2009

New CD "The Juggler's Progress" from True Margrit

I met Margrit Eichler at the 2006 AES in San Francisco and have subscribed to her mailing list ever since. Just got her band's new CD today, (which has not left the changer since it arrived here last week!) and it reminds me a little of Zamcheck, from the 70s, and Stormin Norman and Suzy, but not really. Here's an entertaining clip of True Margrit from Youtube.

4 comments:

Bob Crowley said...

I have to say I really like this song, and the album it comes from. There is a direct, to-the-point energy that comes effortlessly from these very able musicians. They just let fly, but in perfect control, and not ever in a perfunctory way. Magrit's keyboards, the cool bassist, and the drummer all are great, and the song is a real piece of work, not another indie dirge.

Anonymous said...

Ouch! That poor keyboard. Beg you say?

Margrit said...

I promise you the keyboard IS consenting!!

xxo
margrit

Anonymous said...

This version is my favorite! It rocks! Teri