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the morals

wherein benjamin emanuel hubbird and casey michael jarman discuss the goings-on of their primary musical endeavor, the morals.

Thursday, April 13, 2006

nothing wrong with narcissism

File under: nice things people say about us.

"Next up were our pals The Morals, only two of them which is perfect because I myself only have two morals. Ben sat down amongst all the gear and began strumming his acoustic. Big Casey stood next to him and sang along too, smiling his big-hearted smile as the packed in crowd clapped along and hooted. I stood in the back and was baffled by how well two fellows and an acoustic guitar could so captivated an audience. To be perfectly honest, it defied my expectations as to what could fill and inspire a room of that size. I figured you pretty much needed boxes and boxes of knobs and wires and keyboards that rattle genitals with bass, maybe three or four back-up singers/dancers and a few outfit changes while, in fact, one only needs to write and sing a good song that makes people feel happy and feel like there's other people out there that feel like they do."

--Nathan Langston of The Maybe Happening