Cat Hair Ensemble | East of Western

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East of Western

by Cat Hair Ensemble

Melodies that cough and choke as much as they croon...dance tunes for one-legged dancers...nervous tangos, club-footed waltzes, gallows swing.
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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1. Rabbit Saddle
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2. This Year I'm Using a Knife
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3. Me and the Rats
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4. Company Time
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5. Standing in the Ruins Getting Wrecked
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6. Nitrate
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7. Formal Friday
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8. Cut Off My Arms
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9. From the Odessa Jail
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10. Take a Little More
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11. The Napoleon of Regret
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12. The Creeper
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13. One and Three Quarter Horse
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14. Absent
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Melodies that cough and choke as much as they croon...dance tunes for one-legged dancers...nervous tangos, club-footed waltzes, gallows swing.

Cat Hair Ensemble was formed in early 2005 as an outlet for the musical obsessions of songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Roderick Cumming. The group was imagined as a rotating line-up of musicians sympathetic to his interest in early jazz, French chanson and musette, German theater music, American folk, and art punk, but somehow coalesced into a unit comprised of Andrew Duncan (trumpet), Joe Tepperman (trombone), Michael A. Ibarra (contrabass), Spencer Savage (drums), and Clint Heidorn (guitar).


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