Don Paris Schlotman | Rubedo

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Rubedo

by Don Paris Schlotman

13 songs about a variety of subjects - a werewolf, a bottle of red wine, an existential chess computer, a mugger, ex-friends & future lovers, food, and more - all with a certain sense of nostalgia, a broken heart, and as a dark sense of humor.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. The Wolf King
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2. Poppy
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3. Erroebot
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4. Thank You For Kicking Her Ass
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5. Complicated
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6. The Grave
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7. Undercover Lover
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8. Speed Dating
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9. Kitchen
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10. Assholes & Broken Hearts
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11. Nails
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12. Retirement Plan
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13. Funeral For A Fiend
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Rubedo is a Latin word meaning “redness” that was adopted by fifteenth- and sixteenth-century alchemists to define the fourth major stage in the “alchemical opus” in achieving enlightened consciousness and the total fusion of spirit and matter. The album is about change, plays a lot with symbolism and esoterica, and also blurs the lines between literal meaning and abstraction, fiction and autobiography.

The styles vary, but are mainly rooted in American roots: country, blues, and rock, although seldom presented in a traditional form. There is a lot of the sardonic humor of Zappa and David Byrne, lyrically and in tone, although perhaps less strange than Zappa and less poppy than Byrne.

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