Peaches and Crime | The Great Display

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The Great Display

by Peaches and Crime

This "Neo-Vaudeville" debut album provides the listener with catchy, witty, tongue in cheek murder ballads that meld a variety of musical styles, ranging from Jazz to Blues, and Big Band to Swing.
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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1. Got a Light
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2. Cold Cold Man
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3. I'll Take the Rest
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4. Mrs Colt Revolver
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5. The Monstrous Deeds Rag
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6. Never Came Back
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7. The Baby Full of Buckshot Blues
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8. O Wandering Eye
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9. My Shanghai Baby
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10. I'll Take the Rest (Movie Version) [Bonus Track}
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Album Notes
The vaudeville escapades of Peaches & Crime accomplish precisely that by marrying novel original music to inimitable wit and vim. With the release of The Great Display, Peaches & Crime brings the experience of countless live performances to an album for the first time, the better to ensnare new fans the world over. Thrill to Ross’ homemade percussion in “I’ll Take the Rest”, succumb to the black-widow charms of “Mrs. Colt Revolver”, or even further your moral education with “The Monstrous Deeds Rag”. Whether jerking tears or poking fun, Peaches and Crime will charm the young and old alike with its virtuoso performances and colorful personalities.


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Take two doses with a mug of bathtub gin
Wild anachronisms and facilitated suspension of disbelief make listening to this album a time-traveling experience. The feel of a circa-1920s speakeasy nightclub blends perfectly with the touch of baudy Chicago style humor and raciness (Chicago, the musical, not the city)