Mrs.fun | They Are Not a Trio

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They Are Not a Trio

by Mrs.fun

They Are Not a Trio stomps the jazz terra, doing exactly what Miles Davis had done through out his whole career: breaking through old boundaries, re-establishing new ones, and then breaking through even those. - Shepherd Express
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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Sophisticated and adventurous, this recording is a provocative blend of jazz, funk, progressive pop and MRS.FUN’s own nuclear-age brand of cabaret. Special guest vocal by kd lang. Co- Produced by Victor DeLorenzo of the Violent Femmes.

They Are Not A Trio is a rare gem which burns with a cool ,fierce and brilliant luminescence.
- Max MacDonald- id magazine, Toronto



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