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Speed Orange | The Ballad of You, Me and Donnie McGee - Single

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The Ballad of You, Me and Donnie McGee - Single

by Speed Orange

Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. The Ballad of You, Me and Donnie McGee (feat. Monique Brumby)
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Album Notes
The Yarraville Recording Company proudly present “The Ballad of You, Me and Donnie McGee”, an original composition by Speed Orange and the first single to be taken from the forthcoming LP “We all get exactly what we’re asking for”.
Featuring guest vocals from Aria ward winning songbird Monique Brumby, the song is a verbal fist fight between Monique and lead singer Tony Jackson over alleged infidelity and a breakdown of trust.
Jackson’s deep tone and striking lyrics continue to draw comparisons with Nick Cave, Johnny Cash and Leonard Cohen…

“The demons I temper lay out of their cage, fat with a feast of insatiable rage. Darling the business of men will be done; he shall sure taste the bitter steel of my gun”

While Monique Brumby steps up to the plate, and with kind-hearted voice clearly takes no bullshit…

“Oh darling you know you’re the man that I love, If the truth be known that just aint enough! Your words can be tender your touch can be kind but you cripple my dignity, suffer my mind”

Released by “The Yarraville Recording Company” on June 7th 2010 “The Ballad of You, Me and Donnie McGee” is a song that instantly makes you feel like you’ve known it forever.

The album “We all get exactly what we’re asking for” is released on June 28th 2010

Both releases available online at itunes, CD Baby, and www.myspace.com/speedorange

Reviews for “The Virgin of Guadalupe”, the debut album from Speed Orange...

“Speed Orange settle down somewhere between Neil Young and The Byrds”

“Slacker Psych... with a touch of the Syd Barrett’s”

“Delivered with a deceptively upbeat swing, like the friction beneath a classic Everly Brothers 45”



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