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Lubriphonic

by Lubriphonic

Groovy, organic, funky, rock music
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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2. Girl
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3. Give It Up
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4. Stuff I Use
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5. Eye Contact at the Palace
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6. Your Eyes
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7. Speed-Dial
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8. What Can I Do For You
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9. Holy Rollers
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10. Looking Glass Ways
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In 1999, guitarist Giles Corey was backing Chicago harp-master Billy Branch and drummer Richard King was anchoring blues singer Koko Taylor's rhythm section. The two sidemen wanted to form an original rock project dedicated to live improvisation and searched for other members to round out the band. They booked a Wednesday night residency at Chicago's legendary Checkerboard Lounge in hopes of trying out different combinations of players. They immediately recruited two of the city's most talented musicians-keyboardist Marty Sammon, who at the time was backing blues legend Otis Rush, and J.R. Fuller, who was playing in guitarist Joanna Connor's band. The chemistry between the four was immediately apparent and Lubriphonic was born. Over the next three years the group gigged regularly in Chicago, crafting its original material and honing its sound.
In early 2003 Lubriphonic released its self-titled debut CD. The ten original selections skillfully blend wry lyrics with infectious hooks and an underlying flavor of the soul and roots music so influential to the band. When performing live, Lubriphonic expands these songs into lush and diverse improvisations. The four band members propel their music with an intensity and creative momentum that is both rare and exhilarating.
Lubriphonic is a young band with a sturdy foundation poised to reach larger and larger audiences. Whether you call their music rock, jam, or roots, it is music with soul and integrity. It is music that will always have an audience.


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Drew

Love it!!!!
lost my old copy when I lent it to someone so had to buy another one unfortunaly havnt seen them live in a while so if you get teh chance do it they always have a great show.

TexMark

Wow...this is awesome!
Not only does this CD rock, but the level of service from CD Baby was OUT OF THIS WORLD good. Keep it up. I'll be back.

NICOLE

EVERYTHING WAS PERFECT
THE CD WAS PERFECT (AS I REMEMBER IT) AND I COULDNT HAVE ASKED FOR BETTER CUSTOMER SERVICE FROM CD BABY!!!