Kate Morrissey | Nobody, too

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Nobody, too

by Kate Morrissey

Playful jaunts from ego to emptiness
Genre: Folk: like Joni
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1. Emily
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2. Messy
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3. Lullabye
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3:11 $0.99
4. Nagasaki
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5. 5 am
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6. Stay
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7. Good Wishes
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8. No Can Do
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9. The Clouds
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10. Sand
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11. Mourn You
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12. Nagasaki (Remix)
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13. The Happiest Baby Dinosaur Of Them All
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nobody, too has been a long while in the making. It chronicles Kate's move to the Southeast only in the most abstract of terms: meeting a life partner, losing an old friend, watching the progression of the United States into war, finding a group of like-minded meditators to sit and to play with. DJ Apocalicious adds his electronic touch to the final two songs, arranging Nagasaki and fully composing The Happiest Baby Dinosaur of Them All. Juicy enough to chew.


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Chris Klingeisen

Kate Morrissey Fans Won't Be Dissappointed.
I like listening to Kate as a balance to when I'm not listening to Slipknot or Marilyn Manson... You think that I'm kidding - I assure you that I'm not. I probably hold the distinction of the being the only person to ever temporarily house "Nobody, Too" in the case for "Antichrist Superstar".

After the first few listens of this album, I have to admit that I got the feeling that Kate's best works may be behind her. However, I find myself unable to qualify that feeling... All in all, I think that this is a strong entry into the Kate Morrissey catalog - and it seems to get stronger every time I hear it. I sometimes skip 'Messy', 'Nagasaki' (although I like the remix), and the final track, but the rest are all really good. I would have to say, though, that the single best track on this album is 'Stay'. - It's worth the price of admission all by itself. If you've ever lost someone that you love, then I can't imagine that you won't be fighting back tears when Kate breaks into the chorus. - You'll know it when you hear it; gets me every time.

In short, the fact that Kate Morrissey isn't a household name is a crime against humanity. Buy this CD.