Baker London | No Horse, No Wife, No Mustache

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No Horse, No Wife, No Mustache

by Baker London

"No Wife, No Horse, No Mustache" means nothing to lose. Recorded in a garage in Olympia, WA, two days after returning from a long West-coast tour, this album sounds like a cramped Suburban careening through the Cascades.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. The Mannequin Factory
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2. Dahlia
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3. Life in a Jar
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5. A Pear Shaped Hole in my Lung
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Baker London is an independent rock and roll band based in Olympia, WA. The group formed in Chicago in late 2005 and has called both the windy city and Minneapolis home before settling in Olympia in 2009. The band has self-released six collections of songs, most notably 2008's Margeaux, 2009's Jukebox Hello, and most recently 2011's No Horse, No Wife, No Mustache. Baker London has successfully blended several styles of music, including but not limited to, rock, ska, country, and folk to create a sound that is both familiar and strikingly original. The quartet's members include Johnny Becker, Sean Fitzpatrick, Matty Harris, and Evan Dolgoff, all of whom lend distinctive lead vocals in what can only be described as a truly collaborative musical experience. Laden with several obstacles over the years, including the death of founding member Trevor Grimm, Baker London has continued making their unique brand of rock and roll throughout.


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