Kat | Oh, The Humanity

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Oh, The Humanity

by Kat

She has become one of Brooklyn's best-kept secrets on the basis of her great songs. She's a New Yorker, born and raised, and her material contains all of the tough, well-read and thoughtful charm that goes with the territory.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Act Accordingly
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3:47 album only
2. Failed Utopia
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4:21 album only
3. Chewed Up Goodbyes
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2:31 album only
4. Rock 'n Roll Thing
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3:17 album only
5. Sea From The Sky
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4:26 album only
6. Angel Eyes
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2:40 album only
7. Sand In Your Bed
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3:36 album only
8. Dust
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4:39 album only
9. Fuseable
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2:51 album only
10. Hunker Down
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4:44 album only
11. Make It Last
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3:17 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Album of the Month - Kat - added Thursday, May 01, 2008
A proper charmer of an album came our way recently and it has been spending quite a lot of time on the CD player at Bluesbunny Towers. So much time that we felt that the only reasonable course of action was to make it album of the month. So we did. The album of the month for May is "Oh, The Humanity" by Kat. read more…
"Act Accordingly" opens the album. From its fifties style echoing start, this song updates all those sentiments from simpler times to the modern day. "Failed Utopia" comes at you like a folk song on its first voyage to the city. It's even got a hook that you can hum along to. Something like you would expect of a hippie who had to take a day job and therefore had to write music to remind herself of the idealism of youth. It is quite a trick to write songs as commercial as this and still keep them sounding like they come from the heart. The sympathetic production makes a notable contribution to keeping Kat's intelligent lyrics right in front of you and there is something poetic about these songs too. "Sea from the Sky" could well be Wordsworth evoking, as it does, space and symmetry. A painting for your ears is maybe a better description. If you feel like floating away with the clouds then the perfect soundtrack would be "Hunker Down". Choosing a favourite track was certainly not easy but Bluesbunny would have to go with the sparkling and truly infectious "Fuseable". Bluesbunny can honestly say that this is one album that will move permanently into your CD player. ~www.bluesbunny.com


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Dianne Benson

KAT
This was worth waiitng for! Having known Kat a long time, it is no surprise to me that this debut is utterly original and filled with her special brand of 'soul.'