by Tom Arnold
The songs are tongue in cheek, satirical send-ups on the subjects of drug use, attire, politics and guns. From the perspective of characters who are, well, a little out there. The music is eclectic, from Jimmy Buffet Carribbean to T-Bone Burnett to liberal use of hip hop and dance club loops on songs that border on hip hop.
released November 5, 2015
“Voices From the Fringe” was mixed and mastered by Dean Baskerville. Dean has many sound engineering credits in commercial music, including Pink Martini and Cheryl Crow’s triple platinum album “C’mon C’mon”