The Bad Mitten Orchestre | Baby Gone Broke On Through

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Baby Gone Broke On Through

by The Bad Mitten Orchestre

A truly unique sound featuring dual female vocalists and lush string arrangements backed by solid rhythms.
Genre: Folk: Jazzy folk
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1. Intro
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2. Old Chairs to Mend
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3. Mess
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4. Comin' Round
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5. I Don't Want to Set the World On Fire
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6. God Just Made It That Way
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7. Push On Through
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8. Monroe
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9. Song of Sad Living
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10. Lovesick
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11. Pumpkin Seeds
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Album Notes
Naima Muntal: Vocals, Accordion, Banjo, Guitar, Ukelele, Toy Piano
Ila Kriegh: Vocals, Guitar
Ian Haight: Percussion
Corwin Bolt: Upright Bass
Yoko Silk: Cello
Erin Howe: Violin

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Guest Musicians
JP Muntal: Piano on "Lovesick"
Miles Thompson: Trumpet on "Comin' round"

Recorded by John David Sharp (
Produced and Mixed by John David Sharp & The Bad Mitten Orchestre
Mastered by Chris Vita (
Cover Art by James Stanton (
© Bad Mitten Orchestre 2012

"I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire" Licensed via Harry Fox Agency
"Chairs to Mend" Based on an old nursery rhyme


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