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The rest of the show was laden with hokey singing, more announcements of how drunk the musicians were, and fantastic time stops and switches between genres. About the only thing I didn't hear was classical music and traditional Eastern Indian music. It reminded me of Frank Zappa, only cruder.

This was one of the few times I've seen a mosh pit at TC's. My friend and Observer photographer Adrian Wylie had a hilarious take on the scene: "I've been wondering what Cheech and Chong have been doing," he laughed. "Now I know."

Counter Cosby is one of the opening acts at TC's Speakeasy on Friday, October 3, and headlines a show at the Blind Pig on Thursday, October 30.    (end of article)

[Originally published in October, 2008.]

 

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