The Carpenter Ants | Insect Ball

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Insect Ball

by The Carpenter Ants

chicken-fried gospel soul Anyone who digs Steve Ferguson & NRBQ, Cat Mother and the All Night News Boys, Hank Williams Sr, & vintage Lonnie Mack will dig these guys. Praise the Lord and pass the plate." - Greg Martin (Kentucky Headhunters). It's Satur
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
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1. Rabbit On a Log
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2. Talk Too Much
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3. Put Some Meat On Those Bones
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4. Rise Up, Little People
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5. Why Am I Treated So Bad
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6. Rise Up, Little People (Dance Mix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Produced (mostly) by Don Dixon; with guest appearances by NRBQ co-founder/guitarist Steve Ferguson and keyboardist Jon Carroll (Mary Chapin-Carpenter).

As we found ourselves waiting ever so patiently for the release of "Ants In Your Pants," we decided that in the interim, we'd release some songs that, hopefully, will interest some folks. In addition to "Rabbit," "Meat on the Bone" and "Rise Up, Little People" (our emancipation song for little people) - none of which made the final cut for record - there's a couple of live tracks recorded at the Double Door in Charlotte (including a new original "Talk Too Much") and a dance-crazy remix of "Rise Up" by our good friend Dan LeRoy. - Michael Lipton. Oct., 2004.


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ninajean

Caused me to remember I really like jazz!
Kinda reminds me of David Sanborne. I like the music.

Tom Jamison

Catchy lyrics and beat
Have seen them live so familiar with their music. This CD brings back memories of those times with a gospel blues and soul that keeps you repeating the lyrics and feeling the beat long after the CD is finished.