It's hard to imagine the guys running the experimental electronic label Warp Records sitting around the label's offices in Sheffield in '95, smoking spliffs and listening to art-damaged singles by Aphex Twin or Autechre saying, "You know, this fucked-up electronic shit is cool, but when are we going to release a fucking Michael McDonald record?" That's exactly what happened when the label isused "While You Wait for the Others," a single by Warp signees Grizzly Bear. The record's B-side featured the manly, throaty vocals of McDonald. "When I was with the Doobies, the style of music was that we all went over the falls with chord progressions, trying to make things as complex and interconnected as... More >>>