• Artist: Plum Sutra
  • Title: Open Letter to the Sidewalk Slob: Ode to the Spilled Noodle Dish
  • Genre: Jazz - Free/Avant-Garde
  • Mood: Laid Back/Groovy, Dramatic
  • Speed: Mixed
  • Instruments: Acoustic Piano, Real Drums/Drum Kit, Strings
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 7/20/2012
  • Lyric themes: Confusion, Existential Quandry
  • Lyrics:   Oh spilled noodle dish! How you wallow in your terrible state in sloppy disrepair on the sidewalk there. You suffocate, yes, drown in a morbid pool of marinara. Your savory cheese filling, your very life-blood oozes from your soggy shell. and how much happier would you be, if your consumer-to-be could only see that the gravel-y ground is no place for a noodle dish "Ah Hell! God Dammit!" One inattentive mis-step and dignity is mashed, in whole, down into the cracks What is he doing now? Why did he abandon you after your graceful fall? Up. Up! Then down. Then splat! Did he return within to acquire another aliment? Has he betrayed your tasty trust? is he contentedly licking the sauce of another dish from his gluttonous lips? But, what does it matter now? you are just one noodle dish, squished, and staining the sidewalk.
  • Keywords: jazz, Building

About Plum Sutra

The Band

Plum Sutra evolved out of a Zen meditation friendship in the spring of 2008. Seth Kinzie (Piano, from the NW) and Linton Wright (Drums, from Crimson Tide Alabama) collaborated to unfold rich instrumentals of novelty and emotion. They formed a musical relationship inspired by the surreal pianist creations of Claude Debussy with the progressive percussion of Carmine Appice. They gelled immediately in their fusion of rock and jazz soundscapes evoking different ideas, feelings, and creatures ...

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