Keith Burton Orchestra | Stand There, Do Nothing

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Stand There, Do Nothing

by Keith Burton Orchestra

Instrumental lounge Jazz from the vaults of the Keith Burton Orchestra
Genre: Jazz: Bossa Nova
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1. Baba Bardot
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2. Blue Peaches
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3. Cowboy Madonna
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4. Green Bikini
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5. Kill Phill
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6. Knife in the Water
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7. Loser
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8. Lunar Surfer
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9. Montepulchiano Way
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10. Scrag
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11. Split Decision (Scrag Alt Head)
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12. Stand At Ease Uncle Fred
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13. Sunny Diego
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14. The Detective
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15. The Giant Rat of Sumatra
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From the Keith Burton Orchestra vaults comes a sumptuous collection of Keith's finest moments ranging from the 60s Lounge Jazz 'Baba Bardot' to the Big Band tinged 'Scrag'. Many of Keith's eclectic compositions such as the little known 'Loser' and 'Kill Phill' (a brief foray into experimental background guitar noise at a time when many were comfortable with lounge) are welcome additions. All in all, there is a style and quirkiness to each track that will both entrance and amuse the listener. Like Ziggy Stardust, Keith is no longer with us, but his visionary music and eccentric willfullness, live on!
Album artwork: Takako Ito


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