Tom Constanten & Ken Foust | Moved To Stanleyville

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Moved To Stanleyville

by Tom Constanten & Ken Foust

Think four years of Juilliard slathered w/ a healthy polar bear marmalade.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. The Long and Wide
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2. You Can Run
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3. The Ballad Of Shane Muscatell
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4. The 'Creke
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5. Cold Rain & Snow
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6. The Fishing Hole
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7. Old Wine, New Bottles
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8. My Flower
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9. Booga Sugga
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10. I'm The One
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11. Moonshine Superman
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12. Circle Of Drums
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13. Moved To Stanleyville
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14. There Ain't No Flag
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Aha! I see your wanderings and meanderings have found you here; to TC and Ken’s new CD project on CDBaby! Well done.
Now you want to know a little about what’s up:

Tom Constanten has been astounding audiences with his musical versatility since the late 1950’s, appearing at such popular venues as The Fillmore Auditorium, Playboy After Dark and the original Woodstock Festival. His music has thrilled listeners worldwide on the stage as well as behind–the–scenes as composer of original works for film and Theatre productions. As Professor of Music at SUNY Buffalo and the San Francisco Art Institute (1974-1984), budding musicians who studied under his teaching drew on Constanten’s vast musical knowledge and aptitude…. time & again. He performed as Artist-in-Residence at Harvard University, and consulted for the Smithsonian Institution. A Renaissance Man-in-Black with flowing white hair, purposeful mismatched socks and avant-Garde humor, is fluent in several languages and comfortable with many cultures. He has penned his colorful journey in his memoir, “Between Rock and Hard Places”. I could go on….

Ken Foust was a founding member of IKO, a regional “Dead” band in the 1980s. Ken has since moved on to original musical projects, but the influence is there. For example, Ken helped found Hot Wax in 1989, another regionally popular blues/Jamband (see Spreadbase, 10/27/1990). Studying classical piano with TC since the early naughties, the idea of a jam band developed. That band is called “Tom Constanten & His Able-Bodied Posse”. Out of that band arose the “Moved To Stanleyville” project; a collection of original songs written by both TC and Ken w/ a few other choice selections thrown in.

Credits:
Tom Constanten – Piano, Hammond Organ, Vocals
Ken Foust – Guitars, Fiddle, Vocals
Ted Henderson – Bass Guitar
Jim Brock – Drums, Percussion

Produced by:
Ken Foust & Jamie Hoover

Engineered by:
Jamie Hoover @ Hooverama @ Liquid Studios in Charlotte, NC

Post Mastering by:
Dave Harris @ Studio B in Charlotte, NC

Folks, take note, this is a Limited Edition CD. When they’re gone, they are gone! So get them while they last!


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Able-Bodied Ice cream man

The White Stuff!
Can't wait to see these guys at visulte!

Jamie Hoover

I'm so proud to be a part of this cool disc!!
I am so proud to be a part of the making of this really cool cd! I heard an interview with TC on a local Charlotte radio station (which is where I live) and discovered Tom Constanten. He was so funny and articulate-and his music was really interesting and different-not to mention the Grateful Dead connection. He came into my studio and brought Ken Foust with him-who is a very talented multi-instrumentalist and another smart guy. Also-a great songwriter. This record is something I'll always listen to-which is saying alot for me. There is no studio trickery here-just talent, heart and soul. It's very eclectic-which is also a bonus point for me. It's dear to my heart. Buy it now!!! spongetone@mindspring.com

Jens Damberg Rasmussen

Tom Constanten & Ken Foust
Very Nice CD!!!!!!!!!!!
Beautiful Music!!!!!!

Kindly Jens!!!!!


a great album for two great artists
I really love TC's music from the Grateful Dead's era in all of his work:of course with the band but also in his collaborations,solos or duos.
And listenin' this last album with Ken Foust i'm still in love with his music.

S. Terrell

Killer Original Stuff - Jerryisque guitar and great keys !
Love the new stuff from Ken and Tom. Tom's There Ain't No Flag really rings with contemporary politics and timeless family relationships. Ken's The Creke makes me cry about the loss of our brothers' in music. Im the One has a whole new flair on the BLUES. The guitar work, mixing Classical, Acoustic and Electric is really cool and combined with those flowing keys as only Tom can do - make this a real asset in my music collection. I would recommend the dics to all lovers of music from Classical to pysco-jazz, to jam. Can't wait for the tour !

Dawn Bright

Ken and Tom Moved To Stanleyville, I want to move there too!
Wow! Tom is an American Classic and Ken has just the mix in his voice to keep up with Tom and make things interesting. This disc is a wonderful, eclectic mix of jazz, blues, soul, folk... You can feel their emotions as they sing and they tease you into nodding your head and learning the words so you can sing along.

Charles

Ken, This rocks. Been a long road. Your there now.
I knew you had it in you!