Ken Simpson | You're No Fun Anymore (feat. David Mead & Ethan Eubanks)

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You're No Fun Anymore (feat. David Mead & Ethan Eubanks)

by Ken Simpson

Debut EP features music that will make you question the existence of the universe and perhaps even make you want to have a sandwich of some sort. Listen to "The Poisoner's Song" and others.
Genre: Pop: Psychedelic Pop
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1. The Poisoner's Song (feat. David Henry, Olympus Flood III & "Rutling" Ken Thornton)
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3:19 $0.99
2. He's Not Looking (feat. "Rutling" Ken Thornton)
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3:31 $0.99
3. Feeling So Much Better (feat. "Rutling" Ken Thornton)
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3:09 $0.99
4. I Guess I Never Told You (feat. Scotty Huff)
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2:40 $0.99
5. Perfect Day (feat. "Rutling" Ken Thornton)
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3:39 $0.99
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Album Notes
David Mead produced EP by star of stage, screen and the small animal hospital where he appears almost daily, Ken Simpson, DVM (aka vetken).
Musicians: Ken Simpson (guitar, vocals, attempted handclaps), David Mead (piano, bass, guitar, mellotron, backing vocals), Ethan Eubanks (drums, percussion), "Rutling" Ken Thornton (lead guitar, e-Bow guitar), Scotty Huff (trumpet, flugelhorn) David Henry (cello) and special guest Olympus Flood III (backward vocal on "The Poisoner's Song"). All songs by Ken Simpson


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Mike Viola

Ken, I LOVE your CD!!!!
hey people. Ken made a really cool CD here. I'm kind of nuts for Feeling So Much Better. check it out!

Rick. N. Baker

5 perfect pop songs for a perfect debut!
I have had this little gem in my inbox for a few weeks now and due to moving house and work commitments, I haven't gotten around to listening to it until now and I am somewhat kicking myself for missing out on a few weeks of these songs from the very talented Ken Simpson.
The five tracks on this debut EP are all wonderful pieces of work and Ken, who is a veterinary surgeon by day, openly wears his influences on his sleeve, The Beatles, Jeff Lynne, Jason Falkner and The Rutles, but somehow manages to make the sound very much his own. I am really loving these songs but as I always say, don't take my word for it, the proof is in the "pudding!"
I really hope that Ken is planning on releasing an album in the future, because if the songs contained here are anything to go by, then we are in for a very special treat sometime in the future, but for now, enjoy the EP.

Diane O

Pleasant Surprise
I got this album/download mostly because I loved The Poisoner's Song. A very wise decision because ALL the songs turned out to be great. If you like Beatles, Jeff Lynne, ELO, and Rutles music, you'll love this one.