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48 States of Love

by Ben Mason

Psychedelic sound images color these songs about the animals that live inside us and guide us as the vocals portray an urgency of running for ones life while embracing the adventure of it......
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Rescue Me
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2. 48 States of Love
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3. Lizard Queen
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4. Mambo Genesis
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5. Mary Jane
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6. She's a Cat
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7. It Rolls
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8. I Kicked You
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9. Me and Cleopatra
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10. The Valley Above
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Powerful drumming drives this record. Bass by the late great Wade Matthews of Nils Lofgrin fame. I play piano, sing and deliver absurd takes on life in a jungle of creatures wearing human clothing. Produced by the extraordinary Jeff Severson who brings his twisted slant to songs I wrote about a man holding a baby possum hostage, a woman who believes she's a cat, a marijuana farmer, a lovelorn traveler on acid, and the angelic assent of a dying child. Jon Carroll plays accordion and Severson kills with his guitar riffs. The lightning fingered Garrick Alden is on the opening track as well....Danny Gatton called him one of his favorite guitarists.

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