Coyote Poets of the Universe | Strange Lullaby

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Strange Lullaby

by Coyote Poets of the Universe

The most ambitious project to date from the Coyote Poets, Strange Lullaby takes the listener on a dreamy voyage to contentment, with a few side stops on the way.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Tomorrow Never Knows
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2. Piece of Cake
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3. Oboe Pavane
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4. Roadhouse Blues
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5. Amherst Cafe
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6. Green Onions
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7. Synesthesia
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8. Wayfaring Stranger
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9. Oboe Dobro
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10. Green Glass
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11. Nobody Knows
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12. Long Black Veil
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13. Ghost in the River
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14. Honey for My Children
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15. On a Rainy Street
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16. Off the Cuff
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17. Radio Z
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18. Scars
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19. Playin in the Rain
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20. No Room for Virtue
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21. Sparrow
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22. Talk to Me
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23. Dia De Los Muertos
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24. Louisiana Morning
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25. Jambalaya Moon
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26. House of the Rising Sun
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27. Sweet Dreams
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Fresh fiery full force musical journey Coyote Poets of the Universe – STRANGE LULLABY: What a musical journey this represents… and this fiery new double-CD takes me way back to the most psychedelic days of my own journey! Their styles range all the way from early Lennon-McCartney (“Tomorrow Never Knows“) to Booker-T Jones (“Green Onions“) to a superbly crafted tune that can’t help but remind me of Zappa (“Scars” – an excellent 15:11 tune that somehow reminds me of “Hot Rats”), and they COOK on each & every one of the twenty-seven tunes offered up, folks.

Dick Metcalf, editor, Contemporary Fusion Reviews

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