Tony Macaluso | Procrustean Procrastinator

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Procrustean Procrastinator

by Tony Macaluso

Alternative Folk
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Broken White Line Blues
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2. Sweet Florida Sunshine
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3. Friends Who Love Me
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4. Mike U., Ed Maffucci and Me
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5. My Dog is Black and White
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6. La Forza Del Destino
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7. Procrustean Procrastinator
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8. Prodigal Son
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9. My Foot is on the Rock of God
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10. Please
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11. I Love You
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Tony got to Florida via his home town of New York City, and his adopted home town of Portland, Oregon….with a bizarre, but brief stint in Okeechobee, FL. Many will recognize him as the bass-playing side-man/session-man performing, and recording with Casey Neill, Zak Borden & The Rackets, Loligo, Luke Bailey and his Ukulele, Jerry Mincey, and Benjamin DeHart, among others. If you ask him, Tony’ll say he’s a folkie, but if you listen to him play, there’s more to it than that. In late 2004 Tony released his solo debut Procrustean Procrastinator through Beef Stewdios (www.beefstewdios.com). Tony has been recently performing, and writing new material for his soon to be recorded sophmore effort with friend, and drummer Dana Fasano. Keep yer eyes peeled.


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