Red Sammy & Steve Matanle | These Poems With Kerosene

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These Poems With Kerosene

by Red Sammy & Steve Matanle

Red Sammy’s latest album blends the simplicity of song with poetic sensibilities. Red Sammy collaborates with poet and University of Baltimore professor, Steve Matanle.
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1. Better That Way Red Sammy
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2. Everything Must Go Red Sammy
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3. Man With a Suitcase Steve Matanle
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4. Monstertruck Red Sammy
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5. Nightriff Red Sammy
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6. Woodbourne Red Sammy
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7. Hobbies of the Damned Steve Matanle
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8. Friends Red Sammy
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9. Brokenlight Red Sammy
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10. Grace Steve Matanle
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11. Shark Bait Red Sammy
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12. Bar Steve Matanle
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13. Rank & File Red Sammy
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these poems with kerosene
“The duende is a power, not a work. It is a struggle, not a thought. I have heard an old maestro of
the guitar say, ‘the duende is not in the throat; the duende climbs up inside you, from the soles of the feet.’”
(Gabriel Garcia Lorca).

Red Sammy’s latest album, these poems with kerosene, blends the simplicity of song with poetic
sensibilities. We encounter various characters who all share a similar miserable and heartbreaking
circumstance in life. They frequent the same places: package goods stores, lonesome bars, street
corners. Some characters voice their anger and frustration while others are indifferent to their bleak situation.
The dialogue and story, however, is left to the listener for interpretation.

Red Sammy collaborates with poet and University of Baltimore professor, Steve Matanle.



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