A newcomer to the Nepean community, Rabindra Tanath, has been busy recording a new CD to be called Niagara.
But he doesn't want it sold in music shops, he intends to market it through pharmacies.
Mr Tanath has an unusual musical background.
Before migrating to Australia he was one of Burma's best-known snake charmers and had learned to charm cobras and other serpents.
Mr Tanath, a true innovator, has now developed his music to a point where he can charm not only snakes but almost anything at all.
When he learned that many Australian men who suffered from impotence were willing to spend vast amounts of money on chemical remedies, he felt that a natural approach would be healthier.
His CD is the result.
While Niagara would not be subject to normal health regulations, it will come with a warning, he said, that continuous play is a health hazard.
To avoid disrupting normal social intercourse, Niagara is unlikely to be played on the radio.
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