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by Ego Spank

Ego Spank is Funky Rock Jazz music with a cool edge. . . a style becoming known as FRAZZ.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Butter Me Up
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2. Drive My Car
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3. Everybody
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4. Fall Down
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5. Funky Shoes
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6. Gentlemen's Club
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7. Leo
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8. Living In The Metro
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9. Amazing Intro
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10. Seven Deadly Sings
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11. Stanley
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12. Six Feet Under
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13. Wind Cries Mary
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14. Band Intro
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15. Me N U
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16. The Goof
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Ego Spank (E-go-SPANK), noun: 1. An 8-legged, 4 nose music monster known to assault unassuming humans with the nastiest funk and sweatiest R & B known to man or beast. 2. A killer band comprised of Gilles Fournier (bass, vocals), Daniel Roy (drums, vocals), Murray Pulver (guitar, vocals) and March Arnould (keys, vocals), all veterans of the Canadian and international music scene. 3. A slap to ones exaggerated sense of musical importance.

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Terrific
It might not be the most remarkable record I bought in 2007 (in terms of innovation, musicianship etc.), but it's certainly the one I enjoyed the most: A crisp clear live recording of a thight band that audibly enjoys a wild show ranging from rock to funk and offers some very nice soloing and vocal harmonies. If I were to name my favorites they would include the opener "Butter Me Up", the bluesed-down and funked-up version of the Beatles' "Drive My Car", "Funky Shoes" and "Six Feet Under" - but the rest is also most enjoyable.
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