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by Clare Fader & The Vaudevillains

A dark and beautiful soundtrack to a pulp fiction novel that exists only in Clare Fader's mind.
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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1. Catch of the Day
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2. Tain Ya Bain Mei Ren Gui
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3. Only the Neighbors Know
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4. The Epic Moon
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5. Libertango
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6. Seventh and Trade
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7. Down on the Quay
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8. The Good Time Girl
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9. Betty Crocker's Bail
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10. Big Bang Theory Man
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11. Left With the Thought of You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Born in England and raised in Ireland, Clare Fader's past is as colorful as the songs she writes. After a stint in a Hawaiian Lounge in Montreal, Canada during the late 90's, Ms. Fader moved to the US and began making a name for herself writing and performing seriously fun music.

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette calls it " a woozy and bohemian sound that absorbs elements of jazz, folk, and pop, all tugged at by dueling influences of retro-chic and avant-garde" The Independent Weekly proclaims "Fader is part Dietrich and part dark carnival"

Her debut cd, The Elephant's Baby, is considered by some to be the jewel in the crown of independent record making. This follow up release is already receiving equally enthusiastic reviews. Go Triad Magazine calls it "unforgettable stuff"

The Vaudevillains include Mary K Elkins on 'cello, Andy Mabe on upright bass, Aaron Bachelder on drums, and Brad Cokendolpher on guitar. Guest soloists on this cd include, North Carolina's fiddle master Rex McGee.

In February of 2004, Clare Fader and The Vaudevillains performed with The Winston-Salem Symphony. Critics agree the evening was a smashing success.

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General Kenobi

Bliss!
Clare Fader has an amazing and unique voice that simply blissful! This CD has found a new place among my favorites. It is so refreshing to hear music with such diverse and esoteric flavors. This is a must have for any fan of Jazz or female vocals... well maybe it's just a must have!
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Pier Paolo Conconi

Greatest
Piacevolisimo
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Pier Paolo Conconi

Greatest
Piacevolissimo
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Liz Jorgensen

Amazing
Clare Fader is a genius, that is all I can say or I'll spoil it.
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Peter Romanov

Consistently Catchy
Fader and the Vaudes know how to construct tunes that nestle deep into your head and refuse to leave and this cd is full of them! Don't believe me? Try the Cantonese beauty, Tain Ya Bain Mei Ren Gui. However, this cd contains less instruments than Elephant's Baby so the Fader sound has changed somewhat, but not in a disappointing way. This is definitely a worthy purchase.
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