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Object Permanence

by Mutts

On their first unplugged album, the piano-led trio sounds like an early Tom Waits combo playing live in a room together, with lyrics of Randy Newman's expert cynicism and John Lennon's activist urgency.
Genre: Jazz: Ragtime
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1. No One Left
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3:00 album only
2. No Loot
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2:10 album only
3. Pickpocket
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2:22 album only
4. If It's Hot It'll Sell
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3:43 album only
5. Prizefighter
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4:51 album only
6. Out of Tune
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3:38 album only
7. Pray Like a Vigilante
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3:58 album only
8. Stuck On Me
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3:47 album only
9. What Do I Really Know
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4:02 album only
10. Bury You
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11. Uncivilized
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Album Notes
"Maimone pulls no punches, with deeply honest – and sometimes brutal – lyrics. His words are alternately charming, depressing, and hilarious, vaguely reminiscent of Harry Nilsson. Songs like "Prizefighter" are heartbreakingly poignant - a sweetly melancholy ballad, he croons about his unfaithful lover: "She never loved me, but she never tried." Although bleak at a times, there is always a wry sensibility to his lyrics." -

"Sounds like Randy Newman with some Tom Waits, Graham Parker, Elton John, Doctor John, and Professor Longhair. Too raucous R&B/ragtime to be a piano bar star - he's too scratchy-voiced and proud to play Billy Joel's "Piano Man" - the superlative-fingered, aggressive Maimone, upright bassist Bob Buckstaff and drummer Chris Pagnani pump out jump 'n' jive with aplomb, panache, and abandon." - Big Takeover Magazine


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