Church of Betty | Comedy of Animals

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Comedy of Animals

by Church of Betty

This mix of Indian flavored rock, progressive songs and great covers launched Church of Betty into New York's alternative music stratosphere in 1998. Still ahead of its time, check it out!
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Blood and Roses
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2. Onion
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3. Comedy of Animals
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4. Fallen Arrow
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5. The Hill
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6. Tiger Lily
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7. Hide Your Love Away
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8. I Fly Tonight
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9. Pound Cake
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10. Ordinary Boy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This album is the first of four comprising Church of Betty's 'Golden Age'. The core group was Rael, Jon Feinberg on drums, Joe Quigley on bass, and Deep Singh on tabla. The Rael-Singh collaboration changed the lives and art of both, with Singh finding a deeper niche for his grooves in progressive rock and Rael enjoying a deeper rhythmic authenticity in his compositions. The album includes Betty favorites such as Blood and Roses, Onion, and Fallen Arrow (by Karla Schickele). The cover of the Beatles' You've Got to Hide your Love Away stands as a classic transformational cover tune. "A thrilling work, overflowing with vision." - All Music Guide

Musicians: Chris Rael, Deep Singh, Jonathan Feinberg, Joe Quigley, Kenny Siegal, Gwen Snyder, Gregor Kitzis, Sam Bardfeld, Claire de Brunner, Paul Meuller, Marlon Cherry, Simon 7. Produced by Chris Rael & Kenny Siegal. Recorded by David Voight. Mastered by Chris Athens. Cover by James Williamson.


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