Pat Daugherty | Dance of the Hours

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Rock: Progressive Rock Jazz: Acid Jazz Moods: Type: Political
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Dance of the Hours

by Pat Daugherty

Keyboard driven songs with a political bent fused to a hip-rock bass and drums featuring some of NYC's finest
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Horizon
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2. I Ride the Wave
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3. Woman's World- featuring Princess Superstar
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4. House of Crash
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5. Hardcore
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6. Galaxy Bombers
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7. Better Be
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8. Something That I Said
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9. 2000 Years Ago
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10. Shirley Temple Girl- featuring Deanna Kirk
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11. Vacation Time
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12. Hardcore Part 2
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13. Unless I See You
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14. Ride
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15. Anyone Who Knows Her
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16. Bounce To This
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17. Space Echo
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18. Piano Furioso
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19. Linger
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
..."we're in the cocktail lounge of the great void, you can think and groove at the same time, superb musicianship"
- Boston Phoenix
"an imposing presence" - New York Times

Check out this N.Y. songwriter-pianist-singer as he brings a formidable line-up to his debut release; Kurt Rosenwinkel on bass with Bruce Arkin on drums, Princess Superstar and Deanna Kirk each sing a tune, as do Amy Kahn and Mighty Bisan. Ray Ippolito, Todd Horton, and Dave Massuci bring instrumental reverie. Tommy D, engineer of Makavelli, steers the way on "Ride".

This is a world of Galaxy Bombers, racist sports radio shows, Triple Goddesses, the House of Crash, MC Not, an escalating amount of grab bag skeleton men, space echo piano, 2000 Years Ago, the Dance of the Hours.

"This album doesn't just color outside of the lines but leaves a shattered pile of them in its wake"
-CDBaby review of Dance of the Hours

Pat's got some new projects you might find interesting;
an instrumental CD New York Electric Piano also available on CDBaby features Aaron Comess of the Spin Doctors on drums
and has been accused of posessing addictive qualities.

Counting countries sleeping tonight
No lip biting uptight
Our country is our universe
Our Galaxy Bombers are well rehearsed
They circle the earth
Deep on the ocean floor humans send cameras to do their looking for them.
Eating sharks are plants that cling and envelope, ripen and vine.
Animal behavior from plants, perfectly normal for them deep on the ocean floor,
Looks like the gentle ballet meant for nature here on the surface
Where color is not worshipped and everyone seeks kindness
while Galaxy Bombers blind us.
The fishys that say that long ago the stars turned the oceans into snow
And now they say after all these years the stars will turn the ocean into tears
-from Galaxy Bombers

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Quirky, and a little cultish, this acid jazz rock spiced with hip hop beats, r&b substance and plenty of attitude is a little looney, a little loungey and not quite of this galaxy. With chaos as its close friend and the great void knocking at the door, this album doesn't just color outside of the lines but leaves a shattered pile of them in its wake.

d. crockett

Better Every Time I Hear It
Unbelievable piano work, and some really trippy tracks. I listened to it on an airplane in the dark, and the combination of movement with this music made me intoxicated. It's got some jazz grooves going at times, some hip-hop...but there isn't any neat, tidy way to categorize it. Except, perhaps, "expansive." With an "A."