Phoenix Phoundation | Don't Quit Your Night Job

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Don't Quit Your Night Job

by Phoenix Phoundation

A short and sweet six-part saga on youth, relationships and over-analysis which fuses traditional styles with a novel twist
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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1. Ruse
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2. Black Widow
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3. Capital P.
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4. Wrong Tree
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5. Saturday Night
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6. Good Night Baby
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Developing, a style we call 'Lounge Rock', we fuse concise Blues-flavored Rock with elements of Funk, Jazz and Latin.
1.) 'Ruse' - is a prototype of this style about overcoming the dark side of things featuring an infectious bass-led groove and a guitar solo.
2.) 'Black Widow' - is a rock ballad about breaking free with a second guitar solo.
3.) 'Capital P' - is an upbeat Blues-Rock tune featuring a searing suitcase electric piano solo.
4.) 'Wrong Tree' - is a Latin-flavored Rock song with a Funk aftertaste and has a short guitar solo leading to a Jazzy keyboard solo.
5.) 'Saturday Night' - is a traditional U.S. military chant set to music.
6.) 'Good Night, Baby' - a resolute rock anthem about a bittersweet breakup


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