Phil Parlapiano | The Mordacious Mr. Squeeze

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The Mordacious Mr. Squeeze

by Phil Parlapiano

This third release by seasoned multi-intrumentalist Parlapiano is an earthly collection of Neo-Afro-Redneck Americana Blues. These well-crafted songs were recorded on two inch tape without the help of computers and features many luminary musicians.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Taking Me Back
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2. The New World
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3. This Road Is Not My Own
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4. A Little Love
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5. Under the Bus
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6. Direction
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7. Girlfriend Revenge
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8. Bully
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9. Two Ways
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10. Breakout
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11. Maggie's Farm
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12. Shilo
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13. Mordacious
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Phil tracked the album with the Medicine Men (Lynn Coulter-Percussion, Butch Norton-Percussion, Tad Wadhams (electric and upright bass) and was joined by drummer Herman Matthews, David Sutton, guitarists Doug Pettibone, Doug Hamblin, Chuck Kavooras, Donny Kilpatrick and Bruce Watson. Aubrey Richmond played some fiddle and Dan Navarro added some sweet Backgrounds. These players have played with a great number of music legends including Rod Stewart, Sheryl Crow, John Prine, Bonnie Raitt, Tracy Chapman, Tower of Power, Foreigner, Lucinda Williams, the eels, John Mayer and many others.

This record was done strictly on tape with no computer, no synthesizers and no drum loops. Just the sound of two drummers, bass and a few guitar playing, picked up expertly by a ribbon mike. Armed with an UREI 1176, the Medicine Men planned to re-inject, though not necessarily recreate some of the best neo-afro-redneck blues that one could in the new millennium.


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