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CHICAGO MAGAZINE: January 2000 Issue--Sullivan's Travels-- 'Meat Rock: The history of Rock 'n'Roll, Part XXVIII; In which we investigate the Chicago ground meat/funk rock nexus.' 'I always thought that the connection between meat and music was limited to the Rock'n'Roll McDonald's on Ontario Street. Then I met the members of Mumbo, the city's most unknown music group--and the only band in the country who record at a meatpacking plant.' 'They've been playing since the late sixties, when Ray and Gary started under the moniker Cold Dust and Tom was in the Dis-Chords. Played at colleges and on Rush Street.' 'They're strong on harmonies...finger-snapping, gut-deep bass lines.' 'Call it smooth funk, or jazz/rock fusion..which could play happily behind the credits in a Coen brothers movie.'