#64 The Year Of The Snake

by We're Late For Class

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We were going to call it The Year Of The Cat. But, when the news hit the trade magazines, we got a call from Al Stewart's management threatening us with a "whazoo-sized lawsuit." Our mouthpieces talked to their mouthpieces, but nothing substantial was coming from the all night meetings, which were growing strained as the February 10th release date neared. That's when Al Stewart himself walked in, dressed in white and wearing a little too much makeup. He said he was suspicious of his lawyers' outrageous bills and decided "to drop in and see how my money's being spent." After listening to the pros and cons of the legal predicament for a few minutes, Stewart stood up and said he didn't care one way or the other about the title, but that we should keep in mind that on Feb 10th, shortly after the new moon enters Aquarius, the Chinese Zodiac was ushering in the Year of the Snake, and we should probably consider that title instead. "The monkey is the only animal that really knows how to handle the snake," he cryptically said. So, we followed his advice. Thanks Al.

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released February 10, 2013

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We're Late For Class Anchorage, Alaska

We're Late For Class: Live, improvisational college collective, about a dozen rotating members, anti-contract, pro-herb, some cut & paste. Free for the asking. Over 75 releases and counting.

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