Thursday, February 26, 2009

What That Would Be Like

Miles and I recorded yesterday at Grandma's Dojo. We're taking an indefinite hiatus from this whole Leviathan Brothers thing and wanted to leave everyone with a parting shot.

"What That Would Be Like" - Leviathan Brothers

The song is called "What That Would Be Like" and features heartfelt vocals from Brett Favre circa March 4, 2009. Mr. Favre speaks a universal language of humility and we could want no better spokesman. To quote the great #4, "It was never about me. It was about everybody else."

Seeing as that was his first retirement speech we feel it is appropriate to be our first retirement speech. What does that mean for the future? We have no idea but someone's got to go back into the coal mines to cover the bills.

This is definitely a headphone jam that might make small children briefly nauseous.

Brought to you exclusively by:
Sean O'Connell - keyboards
Miles Senzaki - drums

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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Beach Boys Landmark - Hawthorne, CA

In 2004 I won a lawsuit. My union, IATSE Local 857, stuck it to the man and made me realize the importance of having no respect for management. With some of the windfall I invested in a local landmark - The Wilson Brothers home. California historical landmark 1041 commerates the home of the Wilson brothers - Brian, Carl and Dennis who would go on to start the Beach Boys. Granted this site is the home to countless physical and emotional abuses but on a larger scale it brought the world the Beach Boys. Check it out if you have a chance. There are few historical markers in Hawthorne and as long as Emmit Rhodes is holed up in his house, it won't become a historic landmark any time soon.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Buy Our Records!

We've got three delicious CDs available and that may be all for awhile. Get your fill of Leviathan Brothers noise while you can.

LEVIATHAN BROTHERS: Leviathan Brothers

LEVIATHAN BROTHERS: The Man Who Lost His Shadow