Ice Cream For Crow

Captain Beefheart - Ice Cream For Crow
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August 1, 1982 / Release Date
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Virgin / Label
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The final album for Captain Beefheart ends his illustrious musical career in 1982 with a (subtle) bang; Ice Cream For Crow is a less aggressive album than 1980's Doc at the Radar Station, but this is still a solid entry, even more complex poetry and more reserved instrumentation.
While it's not as aggressive as "Doc at the Radar Station", "Ice Cream for Crow" is one of Beefheart's albums. The album is mostly spoken work with musical accompaniment, along with 2 instrumental tracks, and one poem with no music. While this album still has some of the typical Beefheart goofiness, it is notably more downbeat both lyrically and instrumentally than many previous Beefheart projects. It's not as good as "Safe as Milk" or "Doc at the Radar ... read more
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Added on: February 27, 2016