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- n. a mythical creature, said to inhabit Pennsylvanian forests and to dissolve into a pool of tears if captured
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Seconds Out is good (we used to play squonk), but Three Sides Live is crisper.
As it charged it gave forth an unexpectedly farcical roar that Flinx could only describe as a squonk.
The creativity and musicianship here is top-flight but also accessible, so you don't have to be an avant-squonk aficionado to appreciate it.
His wind power yields alternately a mellifluous run, a guttural riff or fuzzy, punctuated squonk.
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