Centrifugal Farce

by Larry O. Dean

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The fourth and last of Dean's solo albums to be recorded in San Francisco (though its follow up, Throw the Lions to the Christians was not initially released until four years later, it was recorded in SF around the same time as Centrifugal Farce). More outright literary references are here, in “Revolutionary Road” (based on the Richard Yates novel) and the eponymous homage to Backlash author, feminist and cultural critic, Susan Faludi. Referral is also made to the gentrification of Dean's beloved Mission District in “There Goes the Neighborhood” (later covered by Christine Wall on her Kittenbush EP), as well as in the cover photo by Gail Butensky, taken in the window at the late, lamented Radio Valencia cafe.

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released December 9, 2014

Recorded at Studio Andalusia, San Francisco, CA February-March 1993. Produced and engineered by Larry O. Dean. Remastered September 2014 by Wally Sound, Oakland, CA.

Larry O. Dean (guitar, vocals, bass, keyboards, percussion).

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Larry O. Dean Chicago, Illinois

Larry O. Dean was born and raised in Flint, Michigan. His numerous chapbooks include I Am Spam (2004), a series of poems “inspired” by junk email, abbrev (2011), and About the Author (2011). A full-length collection, Brief Nudity is forthcoming in 2013. He is also an acclaimed songwriter whose most recent CD release is Fun with a Purpose (2009) with The Injured Parties. ... more

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