Joe Raciti | Vicious Fishes

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Vicious Fishes

by Joe Raciti

Emotional, quirky stories in a jazzy pop/musical style, featuring rich orchestration and vocal harmony.
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. Baby Come and Sing With Me
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2. Lovely Potion
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3. Catch a Disease
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4. Human Nature
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5. Hold On
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6. Vinyl Tripping
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7. All It Takes
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8. Nothing's Gonna Fix Itself
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9. Cotton Clouds
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10. I'll Be Waiting for You
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11. Word Games
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12. Clair from the Moon
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13. Just a Little Story
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14. I Gots Water in My Melon
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Employing a tongue-and-cheek lyrical style, this album roughly tells the story of a person who moves through a number of emotional life stages. The first three songs are about youth and love. The fourth song is about rebellion. The fifth song details a tragic event. The sixth and seventh songs express a deep and extended depression. In the eighth and ninth songs, the main character is slowly pulling him/herself out of depression. In the tenth and eleventh songs, the main character rediscovers love. The last two songs are odd narrator commentary of sorts.


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