Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Here is Ted Nugent’s Great Gonzos! The Best of Ted Nugent. Those of you that know me well know that I’m a HUGE fan of Uncle Ted; he gives me a lot of inspiration, musically, and physically. I one day hope to be able to afford a bow hunt with this man. The Nuge is not only an amazing guitarist and songwriter, but his activism for second amendment rights, conservation, and hunters everywhere should tell you a little something about him: he knows what he loves, and fights for everyone’s right to enjoy it too. He’s an accomplished bow hunter, and gives a good name to hunters everywhere by teaching respect and responsibility towards the land.
I offer up his Great Gonzos! album, which is a collection of his greatest hits. It’s a damned shame, though; the songs Great White Buffalo and Fred Bear are not included in this collection. It does, however, have such classics as Cat Scratch Fever, Wango Tango, Paralyzed, and even a cover of famous blues song Baby Please Don’t Go. If you’re already a fan, this is a great addition, if you’ve never heard Uncle Ted before, you better get to it. It can be enjoyed by everyone, Conservatives and Liberals, vegans and carnivores, fat and skinny, tall and short, cat and dog, ant and anteater, its madness. If I’m going to encourage you to go out and buy any of the albums on this blog, I’m encouraging you to buy this one.
Kamakaze from the hundredth floor, swan dive the the street.