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Artie Kaplan | Confessions Of A Male Chauvinist Pig

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Confessions Of A Male Chauvinist Pig

by Artie Kaplan

This vintage 1973 Album By Artie Kaplan has not seen the light of day in the USA in many a year. Its European life has been much more fruitful.
Genre: Jazz: Free Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Confessions Of A Male Chauvinist Pig
11:06 $0.99
2. Bensonhurst Blues
3:27 $0.99
3. Harmony
3:37 $0.99
4. God Fearin' Man
4:37 $0.99
5. Stay, Don't Go
3:10 $0.99
6. Music Is Sweet Music In My Soul
3:18 $0.99
7. The American Dream
7:11 $0.99
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Album Notes
Finally!! Available On CD
Confessions Of A Male Chauvinist Pig
AKPCD 1010
This vintage 1973 Album By Artie Kaplan has not seen the light of day in the USA in many a year. Its European life has been much more fruitful. "Harmony" worked its way to becoming a huge hit for Kaplan in Italy, France, Germany and Spain, while "Bensonhurst Blues" as well as being a hit for Kaplan, has been discovered by Dutch recording artist Oscar Benton (EMI Records) to become a great success all over the continent as well as the title song in the hit movie "Whirlpool" directed by Alan Delon.

While the subject matter of the "Confessions" piece was considered a bit risque for the nineteen seventies, Kaplan's gravel voiced message has withstood the test of time. This eleven minute jazz/fusion/rock & roll depiction of a misguided American male character will surely remind you of someone that you have known in this era of Women's Liberation.

Of the remaining sides in this all-star musicians album. We think that each and every one is simply delightful.

Get yourself a copy.....You won't be disappointed.



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Nick Rego

CD Baby & Artie Kaplan
I was a big fan of Artie Kaplan, going back to my high school days in the 1970's. I have the vinyl version of "Confessions of a Male Chauvinist Pig". I was thrilled to find it available on CD, in all of its glory. I was even able to send Artie an email. Upon ordering, I got email at each step of the way. Next to CD Baby, the others are inferior. I am now a devotee.

marino dell'erba

very, very, happy with it
I like a lot those songs and in particular way the third one: Harmony. It remember me when I was yunger. Me and my whife adopt this song as "our song" for ever and ever.
Thank you CD Baby I love you.

Ron Smith

I have coveted Artie Kaplan Confessions on LP since 1972... I have been waiting many years for the CD... It was well worth the wait... It brought back so many memories of my 25yrs of living in Brooklyn and Manhattan. The many flavor's are all there... the only thing missing from this CD are the smells, and the great food of the NYC herself. Artie's distinctive voice still ring's true... these many years later...

Michael Derning

A classic!
I was happy to find 'Confessions of a Male Chauvinist Pig' on CD. I'd assumed that would never happen as the vinyl wasn't all that easy to find even when it was first issued. Anyway, this deserves all the attention it can get. A one-of-a-kind recording.

William Feuss

Music From the Soul For the Soul
More than 30 years after I got a vinyl copy of the original album, this music speaks more loudly and deeply than ever to me. Artie Kaplan, a former contractor for studio musicians in New York, hand picked the best and most appropriate players for this, his first album. He was primarily a sax player then. Now he's "just the singer in the band." Let him lift your spirits. Buy this CD!

Andrea Perniciano

Incredibly up to date. 32 years seems so a small time
I have listened the record after at least 25 years: the time seems not to be passed (or the seventies are nearer than I expected).
Really great, enjoy it