|Originally Performed By||Trey Anastasio|
|Original Album||One Man's Trash (1998)|
|Historian||Tim Wade (TheEmu)|
One of the many pieces of aural connective tissue found on One Man’s Trash, “A Good Stalk” could refer to hunting or to the support mechanism of a plant. But the uneasy feedback combined with what sounds like the deadwax of a vinyl record seems to evoke the image of sinister figure moving quickly and angrily down a dark, foggy street.
Or, it could be about rhubarb.
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