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RAD Interview with Big Head Todd and the Monsters
A short ten minute interview with bass player Rob Squires.
Big Head Todd and the Monsters
Discography and information on Big Head Todd And The Monsters, with track listings and cover scans.
Artist Direct: Big Head Todd and the Monsters
Short profile and links.
Big Head Todd and The Monsters
The Music Monitor interviews bass player Rob Squires about their third album, Beautiful World.
Big Head Todd and the Monsters
Official site.
Getting A Big Head
Arcade reviews BHTM's live release.
Live Monsters CD Review
By sailing a smooth course just below the radar of the mainstream media, Colorado's Big Head Todd and the Monsters have quietly managed to establish themselves as one of the most vital, yet most underappreciated, rock trios of the decade.
Amazon offers Live at the Fillmore (Audio CD),14 September, 2004
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Another Live Big Head Todd / 4
Being a fan of live CD's and of BHT&M's I couldn't wait to get this one into the player. It doesn't disappoint as the 1st track is "Dirty Juice" from the most recent studio recording, Crimes of Passion, to get the set rolling along nicely. From the most recent tour, recorded March 19 & 20, 2004 at The Fillmore in San Francisco it plays heavily from the latest studio release, but not at the expense of the older favorites which are evenly dispersed on the 2 disc set. As on the Live Monsters disc, Todd Park Mohr's guitar and vocals leads you through a tight set as he and the Monster's effortlessly flow from the hard edged "Come On" to the mellow "Bittersweet" and "It's Alright" and back again. While the band is indeed as good as ever, no new ground is broken here, with the exception of a great cover of Eric Clapton's "Forever Man" that has more than a hint of Slowhand's vocal styling, it is still a great live CD that will no doubt have you hitting the repeat button more than a couple of times. For long time fans this one is a must, although I will admit I was a bit disappointed the vocal talents of back-up singer Hazel Miller were not as prominent on this release as they were on Monster's, and that is a shame as she has an incredible set of pipes!! For those of you just discovering how great BHT&M's are live, I suggest you try Live Monster's first, and in addition to this fine set to get a complete feel for the live experience that Big Head Todd provides. Just a step below Live Monsters, but that is still way ahead of most bands. Get it, you won't be disappointed.
Song "Shadowlands"
Ah, soon she will wake
When love is in the air she breathes
Hurry into her please
Alight again
And take what we reap
A harvest abounding
The trumpets are sounding
A beautiful name

From shadowlands we run
A flicker and they're done

And the wine that she keeps
Saving the best for me
We're only blessed you see
If we believed
In something unseen
Felt by remembering
A wait, and a hoping in
The time to receive

From shadowlands we run
A flicker and they're done

The mountains will rock
And crumble into the sea
And all of the saints will be
Marching home
The cities will stop
Oh, and they'll sell their kings
Oh, and they'll sell their queens
Oh no

From shadowlands we run
A flicker and they're done

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