Jerret Cortese | Movin' On

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Movin' On

by Jerret Cortese

Your Folk Rock Lounge Alternative.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Cravin'
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2. Love Will Succumb
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3. Somersault
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4. The Black Hole
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5. A Gambler's Blues
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6. The Blither Rose
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7. Anniversary
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8. Crumbs
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9. Poor Thing
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10. Deadbolt and Chain
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11. The End of The Road
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Jerret Cortese has been writing and recording songs since the early 80's. (Unfortunately, he's also been singing them.)

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bervert

Mick Harvey with a drum machine?
A very solid record with a 60's lounge/jazz vibe mixed with 80's goth/new nave. Catchy songs, quirky lyrics, deep vocals, simple production. Recommended with a bottle of cheap wine on a lonely night.

Angel Ramos

Tindersticks aflame
Great job. This harkens back to self-evicting vocals of Laundry and Vornado. Reminds me of Tindersticks. I've listened to Mr. Cortese's music for sometime and I am pleased that Casey Jones is back on track. If I can get more of this, I will gladly drone the Tuvan throat song of atonement from atop my Big Brown loser with duct-taped-hooves while tearing across the wind-torn Siberian steppes draggling by a lasso the remnants of my former saloon lifestyle. One request for a future Cortese project, say "Burying Myself:" drag down the lyrics even slower until your living inside of them.