Crazy Mary | Water On The Moon

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Water On The Moon

by Crazy Mary

Like that Wonderful Brown Sauce you see entrusted to Chinese menus. You're not sure what the hell's in it, but it's a singularly strange, exotic and at times full moon taste that's hard to take a doggie bag on.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Eyes Above The Clouds
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4:20 $0.99
2. Black Candles
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2:59 $0.99
3. Gravity
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4. Orgasmic Annie
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5. Way Too Freaky
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6. Another Dollar
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7. Never Let Me Go
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8. Soul Survivor
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9. Sun Is Coming Up
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Ariel Hyatt

Long Overdue
Opening their latest disc with a call to arms, New York's Crazy Mary convey a positive message in "Eyes Above the Clouds" exhorting listeners to "use the weapon of love". Freewheeling in their approach, each track is infused with stellar playing and a particularly soulful feel that nods in the direction of the late sixties. There is a great sense that these people really enjoy making music together, which bodes well for finding a loyal audience as that natural ebullience is something which cannot be faked. People know when it's real and get swept up in that energy.
"Gravity" is my personal pick of the pack, with clever shifts in time signature and nice harmonies all wrapped in an ethereal chord sequence.
Reminiscent of the experimental side of the Jefferson Airplane, Crazy Mary at times takes chances in arrangement and form, though while their songwriting heads are in the clouds, they do keep their feet on the ground with solid grooves.
Much to be commended here, though I am surprised that I have not heard of them until now. They have been turning out albums for the past decade and I have some catching up to do.
You may peruse their discography here and head over to this link to learn more about the band
Music of this caliber should be finding a place on the play-lists of contemporary rock stations. We should demand more of that medium. In the meantime, independent ideas still thrive on the net. Time for a change?
It's long overdue.
Cross Posted from POD