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The Moving Finger

by Fish Karma

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Overture 02:53
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Eno Karaoke 02:28
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It Had 2BU 04:16
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Ave Maria 03:15
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Dayeunu 02:47
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Interlewd 02:16
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Wren 01:31
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De-Volvi 01:59
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Judas Goat 04:10
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Alternative Tentacles presents the latest album by Fish Karma and/or The Derailleurs, “The Moving Finger” is the follow up to the 2018’s album “Time To Say Goodbye”. Previous releases on Alternative Tentacles Records include his classics “The Theory of Intelligent Design” (2006), “Halloween In America” (2010), and “Lethal Fairy Tales” (2012). This digital only release is available for download and streaming on Friday, July 3, 2020.

Hailing from Tucson, Arizona, Fish Karma has been releasing music with a biting comedic twist since the 1980s. His latest effort, “The Moving Finger” was recorded in late 2019 and early 2020, and once again features a collaboration with The DeRailleurs who Fish has been playing with since 2017. The band features Dave Roads (Al Perry and the Cattle) on guitar and synthesizer, Dante Perna (Captain Space Clown) on drums and percussion, Reverend Jim Hartley on bass, and Fish Karma on tambourine (and vocals). The album also features special guest musicians Jim Nyby on saxophone and keyboards, Lindsey McHugh on vocals and piano, and Christopher Munoz on harmonic.

When taken together, the individual songs on “The Moving Finger” tell a story, but we can’t tell you how it ends. Roads and Fish wrote all the songs, except for the ones they didn’t. Fish Karma tells us it’s a “prog rock” album, but The DeRailleurs dispute that claim. You’ll have to decide for yourself and let us know.

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released July 3, 2020

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Fish Karma Tucson, Arizona

Fish Karma's musical career began in the early 1980s, when he chanced upon a Beatles "E-Z" chord book while lounging around a friend's house in Tucson. Inspired by his ability to form a C chord after only ten minutes of practice, Fish, smitten by the muse of music, purchased a blue acoustic guitar from Dave's Musician's Shop for $35.00. ... more

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