Ryan Robinson | A Couch to Call Home

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A Couch to Call Home

by Ryan Robinson

Sprung from the island of Maui this album creates entertaining lyrics together with mix of Rock/Funk and Jazz.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Easy Living
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2. Layovers
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3. She's Moving In
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4. Move
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5. Someday
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6. Gravedigger
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7. Drinking to My D.U.I.
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8. Home
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Ryan Robinson Band is Maui’s Premier Funk/Rock band. Dedicated to the pleasure of pleasuring you. These young gentlemen make sweet musical love to an audience who adorns themselves in drug abuse and sexual deviance. This album is comprised of guitar, bass, drums, keys, trumpet, sax and cello. This meticulously arranged composition produces a half hour musical orgasm so potent that even the most active nymphomaniac will be begging for a cigarette and a sound nights sleep after indulgence of such musical heaven.
The Ryan Robinson band attract the most eclectic segments of society, from the hip transient vagabonds to the wealthy elderly exhibitionists, from atomically rich circus freaks right down to your run of the mill crowd of double jointed Scandinavian prostitutes. What do all these rock aficionados have in common? No,, not an addictive oral fixation. Their common bond is that they spawn together in dancing tantrums with such spiritual presence that this album is featured on the sound track of the movie, “The Passion of the Christ.”
These artists rock their testicles off the entire album and in doing so they attract people like a keg party out side of an AA meeting. Guaranteed to rock your socks off, flip you fallopian tubes, and spin your sphincter. In the words of Sister Mary Margret of the 1st Catholic Maui parish, “These jive ass turkey’s fuckin rock!”


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