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Ben Walker | An Orphan's Song - Ben Walker Sings Stuart Ross

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An Orphan's Song - Ben Walker Sings Stuart Ross

by Ben Walker

Cabaret, Pop, Blues, Funk, Music Hall
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. But Times Were Not So Good at the Box Office
1:04 album only
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2. Ladies & Gentlemen, Mr Ron Padgett
4:43 album only
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3. I Have Something to Tell You
3:46 album only
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4. 17 Poses: For Beginners to Advanced
3:09 album only
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5. Road Trip, Southern Ontario, 1999
4:44 album only
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6. But Mister, They No Have Bowling Balls Before Christ
2:15 album only
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7. Hospitality
4:46 album only
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8. Senor Cuerpo
5:44 album only
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9. Bunnybaby: The Child with Magnificent Ears
5:41 album only
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10. Unable to Entertain
2:41 album only
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11. We Got Punched
3:29 album only
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12. An Orphan
3:39 album only
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13. The Cow
4:38 album only
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14. The Only Good Mouse
5:05 album only
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15. Invitation to Love
5:25 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
15 adaptations of Stuart Ross poems (12 with keyboard, 2 with guitar, 1 with mandolin) composed and performed entirely by Ben Walker, beautifully recorded by Richard Ashrowan.

Humour, tragedy and surrealism in Stuart's words, catchiness, grooviness and silliness in Ben's music. Successfully launched at The Savannah Rooms, Toronto on March 9th 2008.

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