Four Piece Suit | Spirito

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Spirito

by Four Piece Suit

Action Adventure Music: Four Piece Suit, best known for soundtracks for Sex and the City, offers a Fistfull of Spaceage Instrumentals with salty guitars, rootin'-tootin' sax, and percolating percussion from Bollywood to Battista.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Spaghetti-O
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2. Desi's Cha Cha Cha
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3. Vindaloo
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4. Toreador Pants
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5. Village of the Jammed
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6. Lobology
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7. Hold Me Loose
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8. Moondust
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9. Dig Big
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10. Hijinx
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11. Medley: Castle Mood/Johnny Guitar
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12. Cuyahoga Crawl
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13. Tube Top
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14. Spirito
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Four Piece Suit have been creating their quirky brand of eclectic instrumental music since 1995. They are best known for their soundtrack work on HBO's Sex and the City TV series. Based on the huge Tenor sax sound of David Sholl and the twangy guitar of Milt Reder, the band has made forays into wide ranging musical territories, including Spaghetti Westerns, Bollywood, Battitsta Era Mambos and Cha Chas, Rube Goldberg cartoon themes, Crime Jazz, Tangos by way of surfing Scandinavians, even their own demented version of Klezmer. Their rhythm section of Bassist Dean Cassell, paired with a series of great drummers:Davey Roy Kulik, Lorne Entress, Craig McIntyre, and the masterful David Mattacks (Richard Thompson, XTC, Paul McCartney), now adding in Eguie Castrillo (of the Arturo Sandoval band) on percussion, provides a percolating pulse that brings all these themes to life.


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Suz

Anytime Fun!
This is great. A fun time for all.

LasseM

Strange breeze, seducing flavour
Hard to describe how it sounds . I just know it's got to be a couple of middleage, skillfull musicians having a ball - no one else would dare

LaundryCzar

Remarkable but that is what I expect from Four Piece Suit
Four Piece Suit is remarkable and that is not surprising to me. This band has the astounding ability to make the song you are listening to the best of them all until the next one surpasses it, regardless of the order they are played. I have "turned on" to Four Piece Suit people from 12 to 83. It is a universal sound in which people seem to hear exactly what they need to hear. You wont be disappointed.

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When you're in the mood for instrumental rock and don't want to think hard enough or be bothered with vocals getting in the way, Four Piece Suit serves up some extremely innovative rock. Mixing up hybrids and pure-breeds of Latin, surf rock, jazz, blues, R&B, jam band and Indian-influenced world fusion rock to funky, tempermental sax rock to something reggae and island-breezy, Spirito won't lull you into mediocrity and yet, at the same time, it has no trouble finding its home groove. If you find yourself recognizing the sounds, it's not your imagination- they're best known for hits on "Sex and the City,"