Clark & the Superslicks | New York 1993-2003

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New York 1993-2003

by Clark & the Superslicks

Funky reggae, with world and jazz influence.
Genre: Reggae: Ska
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1. Intro
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2. Zero
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3. La Dee Da
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4. Cutlas Supreme
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5. D. and A.
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6. McCook Book
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7. Espera, Amor
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8. Toxic Rox It
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9. Herod
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10. Peg Leg
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11. Tina, Too
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12. Smile
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13. Your Move
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14. All in the Game
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15. Fo' Nix
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16. Devil Pimp
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17. Twister
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18. Skylight
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19. Poof
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20. Were You There
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded with an army of fellow musicians as Clark and the Superslicks, Gayton’s collective wanderlust is on full display here. In addition to performing on various instruments, Gayton also wrote all the music, co-​​produced, co-​​recorded and co-​​programmed the album. He took all the photographs. It’s likely he also dreamt up the album’s primary thread, which isn’t dub, but rather a feel of what New York City felt like, not only in the decade indicated, but perhaps much earlier as well. A lush big band slow dance number straight from the city’s long-​​departed dance hall days (“Tina, Too”) appears midway through the album, a romantic side trip amid the feel of palm trees or concrete stoops. The album is a mixtape, as this number, or the acoustic Bossa Nova sound of “Espera, Amor,” or the ‘70s funk stylings of “Cutlass Supreme” and “Toxic Rox It,” proves. And there’s also the actual sound of a cassette popping out and being flipped over, which isn’t as jarring as you might think. - Crispin Kott --Roll Magazine, February 2013


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