There have been few personnel changes. There have been stories about drummer David Liston mysteriously disappearing in 1997. These stories can't be confirmed, but they are given weight by the fact that Dean Burrows is now seen behind the drum kit at all My Friend Moses shows. This seems odd to some because Dean Burrows was always in the crowd at My Friend Moses shows before David Liston's disappearance. Foul play? Perhaps. But the music has not suffered.
There have been albums. Their self-titled debut surfaced in 1995, followed by an e.p. entitled one-and-a-half in 1996, the same year tony cushing co-produced the album where now? by local band go figure, which also featured appearances by Phil Gallegos and Josh Cushing. Their strongest work, however, was released just last year. Drag may be the finest independent rock record of 2002. The sound has been compared to both bands of the past (black sabbath, lynyrd skynyrd,) and present (pearl jam, tool.) Just don't tell the members of My Friend Moses this. They consider themselves members of their own genre, a genre in which they can change musical styles on a dime. Sure, Drag may be a great heavy rock record. But the next album (Smell the Roses, available very soon) may sound absolutely nothing like Drag. Maybe it will continue in the same direction as its predecessor. Only the members of My friend Moses know for sure...and they're sure as hell not talking.
oh, you'd like to know, wouldn't you?
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3. Semi-self Loathing Drag of a Man
4. Whatever's Easy
5. Let It Down
6. Drop Heavy (changin' Sides)
7. Sittin' Down
8. Good Vanilla
9. Way Outside
11. That'll Change (right Here)