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Molasses & Tin

by Apple Pie Hopes

Enjoy this odd & endearing collection of cover songs, paying homage to "SF's Freakiest Behavior", Sugar&Gold. Brought to you by Apple Pie Hopes, "What America Should Taste Like."
Genre: Avant Garde: Avant-Americana
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1. On Time
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2:22 album only
2. Neighborhood
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2:27 album only
3. This Kinda' Lover (feat. Uni & Her Ukelele)
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8:06 album only
4. Do It Well
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3:52 album only
5. Workout
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3:28 album only
6. Neighborhood (Instrumental)
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2:25 album only
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Album Notes
Molasses&Tin: Folk Interpretations of Sugar&Gold
Combining disco and folk together strikes me as a kind of hyper-American concept. A humorous and sophisticated musical musing that began the first time I heard the humble beginnings of Sugar&Gold in the Summer of 2006. Despite the obvious and innumerable differences between the two genres, an unbreakable common strand of cultural DNA binds them both to the Modern American Mythos. The fanciful union of disco and folk music represented by Molasses&Tin was conceived behind the closed doors of prepubescent teens in Ohio, gestated on the sweaty dance floors of NewYork, born in the backwoods of Mississippi and raised in the rich tradition of American folk music.


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