The Carpenter Ants | Ants in Your Pants

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Ants in Your Pants

by The Carpenter Ants

"chicken-fried gospel soul" "If NRBQ had a chicken dinner with the Canton Spirituals - and Louis Jordan made the gravy." - "Mountain Stage" host Larry Groce
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
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1. Picnic With the Lord
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2. Charlie Tee From Nyc
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3. On My Way Home
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4. Jumpin' Jupie Jive
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2:51 $0.99
5. Sausage Song
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6. Ted's On the Move
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7. Cryin' In the Street
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8. Mama Was A Big 'un
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9. How I Got Over
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10. Get Outta Here
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11. Insect Ball
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12. I John Saw
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13. Ant March
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The disc was produced by Don Dixon and features original NRBQ guitarist Steve Ferguson and Mary Chapin-Carpenter keyboardist Jon Carrol.

This is a fully mastered advance pressing with a single tray card (the full booklet will accompany the disc when a label issues it).

The tunes range from grooving biographical sketches of the band ("Charlie Tee from NYC," "Ted's on the Move," "Jumpin' Jupie Jive") and catchy novelty tunes ("Sausage Song," "Insect Ball," "Mama Was a Big 'Un") to gospel nuggets ("How I Got Over," "On My Way Home," "I John Saw") and soul ballads ("Crying in the STreets").


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