Frank Ulle | It's Neat I Guess... Maybe It Stinks, I Don't Know

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It's Neat I Guess... Maybe It Stinks, I Don't Know

by Frank Ulle

Christian Contemporary, in the vein of Paul McCartney and Phil Keaggy.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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1. Find a Love Like This
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2. The Lovely Appear
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3. The Hand of God
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4. I Get Up
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5. Bicycle Bill
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6. Carry On
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7. Hey Debby Sue
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8. Like the Morning
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9. I Remember Tokyo
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10. The Man on the Flying Trapeze
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11. Driving in My Car
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12. Keep on Keepin' On
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13. Two by Two
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14. Turn of the Seasons
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15. Warming Up
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16. On and On
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Album Notes
With "It's Neat I Guess...Maybe It Stinks, I Don't Know" Frank Ulle once again offers a wide variety of styles and genres. From the opening calypso-style of "FInd a Love Like This," to the blues-style of "Two By Two." From the jazz-influenced "Like the Morning" to the country and western influenced "Keep On Keepin' On."

The song topics range from the joy of the Gospel ("The Lovely Appear") to the objective reality of God as Creator ("The Hand of God") to the comfort of God's care ("On and On"), the album never fails to entertain as well as encourage. And there are some instrumentals - like the meditative "Turn of the Seasons" and the ELP-flavored "Bicycle Bill" - thrown in as well. Along with the rather comical "Man on the Flying Trapeze."

A splendid time is guaranteed for all.

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