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Wild Carnation

The pastoral pop music group Crazy Carnation was an outgrowth from the legendary Feelies. The group was led by vocalist/bassist Brenda Sauter, a longtime fixture from the Hoboken, NJ music picture whose tenures in regional outfits just like the Trypes as well as the Willies led to an offer to become listed on the reformed Feelies in 1983; she continued to be using the group until their 1991 demise, concurrently moonlighting as an associate of Rate the Plough. Sauter produced Crazy Carnation in 1992 with her hubby, guitarist Richard Barnes, and drummer Christopher O’Donovan (both associates of Quickness the Plough aswell); after debuting using the one “Dodger Blue,” the trio released the rustic full-length Tricycle over the Delmore label in 1994.

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