• Longshoremen
  • Grr Huh Yea (Subterannean) 1985 
  • Walk the Plank (Subterannean) 1986 

Myke Reilly and Charly Brown of Voice Farm co-produced and played on the second album by the Longshoremen, a San Francisco poetry-damage vocal trio. Where the amateurish and poorly recorded Grr Huh Yeah has too much distracting music for easy appeal, the Voice Farmers keep instrumental accompaniment tastefully understated on Walk the Plank, providing the Longshoremen with a clear, solid platform for their theatrically chanted spoken-word weirdness.

[Ira Robbins]