Unusual Inspirations 

Chris Black went to some unusual places—including the piano and a lumberyard—to create 'Drunk at the Funeral'

Putting together a new CD doesn't usually involve trips to the lumberyard. But for Chris Black's Drunk at the Funeral, the lumberyard was just the beginning. Fed up with the generic plastic world of CDs, Black wanted to give his new piano-and-percussion…

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