a tiny little hot rod surf monster: greg mihran and grab a grizzly

nothing. absolutely nothing is known about this tiny little surf hot rod vocal monster. a onesided seven inch record for internal use only with absolutely no clue or hint when it was recorded or if it ever was released to the public. it sounds like an outtake of a very early beach boys session, but if you listen close enough there is some evidence that might point you to the assumption that it was recorded way back in the eighties of the last century, but never mind and never know.

searching the world wide webs i could only find the affirmation that the existence of this record is an established fact and that some people try to sell it for half a billion dollars. no reference, no sign, no direction. i decided to leave it at this point and to simply enjoy this little monster.

|>> greg mihran - grab a grizzly
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Sixtus said...

What a great piece of music. I'm dancing all around my livingroom.

Danke, mich hat's ehrlich gefreut! Nur besitze ich keine halbe Million Euro. So schade ;-)

Anonymous said...

I own a copy of this vinyl. My father worked for HP as a customer engineer and they gave it to him for promotional purpouse.

Anonymous said...

It's about computer...The HP3000/44.

The Series 44 was introduced in December of 1980 as the new high-performance member of the 3000 family. Code neamed "Grizzly"...
internally there was a promotional song written by Greg Mihran in the style of The Beachboys and called Grab a Grizzly, the lab name of the development.

rvd said...

thank you very much for all your additional information.

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