Lydia's Trumpet | Marmalade

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Marmalade

by Lydia's Trumpet

The third musical release from Lydia's Trumpet - a sweet blend of the band's coffehouse and rock band tendencies.
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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1. Mary
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2. Thrice
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3. Ray's Shoes
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2:33 $0.99
4. Dim the Wine
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5. Holy Time
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6. Milkweed
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7. Minimossa
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8. Green
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9. Fools Low Horse
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10. Joan
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11. Don't Worry About the Middle
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12. Sombrero
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13. Baseball Cake
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14. Lot's Wife
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15. Sunday
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Lydia's Trumpet was one of the best pop/rock bands this city has ever seen. Most who saw them during their heyday a few years back would agree. Songwriter/ vocalist Ray Kirsch had a beautiful, distinctive voice; his songs were just as unique (especially "Iowa" and "Dim the Wine"); and the band wove beautiful guitar melodies around a steady, gentle rhythm."

-- Riverfront Times, May 9, 2001


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