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Every Man I Love is Either Married, Gay, or Dead

by Kacey Jones

Kacey mixes her musical humor with a country blues stir-stick. Features duet with Delbert McClinton, 'You're the Reason Our Kids are Ugly.' Dale Earnhardt fans will love track #3.
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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1. Every Man I Love is Either Married,Gay,or Dead
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2. You're The Reason Our Kids Are Ugly (Duet with Delbert McClinton
Kacey Jones w/Delbert McClinton
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3. Till Dale Earnhardt Wins Cup #8
Kacey Jones
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4. Christmas Card From A Hooker in Minneapolis
Kacey Jones
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5. Chicken or Dumplin's
Kacey Jones w/special guest Jonell Mosser
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6. Love Handle
Kacey Jones
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7. Geography
Kacey Jones
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8. Collector of People
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9. I Didn't Feel A Thing
Kacey Jones
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10. But I'm Not Bitter
Kacey Jones
2:37 $0.99
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11. Over The Rainbow
Kacey Jones
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12. Peanut Sonata
Kacey Jones
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Musical humorist/serious vocalist, Kacey Jones, has walked a unique path in the entertainment business and "Every Man I Love is Either Married, Gay, or Dead" is the living proof. Through it all, humor has been her saving grace and music her balancing pole. This album demonstrates that complexity. Growing up in California, Kacey's eclectic blend of influences ranges from George Carlin and Mae West, to Joni Mitchell, Loretta Lynn, Ray Charles, Willie Nelson, Patsy Cline, Billie Holiday, Tom Waits, and Mickey Newbury. This combination of influences defines a talent unique in the world of pop culture.

Since moving to Nashville in 1986, Kacey has enjoyed success as an entertainer, songwriter, publisher, producer, and indie record label owner. She's been reviewed favorably in People Magazine, USA Today, Billboard Magazine, The L.A. Times, The New York Times, Country Weekly, and Music Row Magazine. In 1987 she was signed to MCA Records with the group 'Ethel and The Shameless Hussies' six months after they started playing the Nashville club scene. In 1997, Kacey recorded for Curb Records the live album, "Men Are Some of My Favorite People," which featured the single and video, "1-900--Bubba."

"Every Man I Love is Either Married, Gay, or Dead" achieves Kacey's long-time desire to express both her sophisticated sense of humor, and her ability as a legitimate vocalist. Says Kacey, "I paced this album like I would an on-stage performance, taking the audience from the ridiculous to the sublime. It's a little schizo but, it's never dull. "

The debut single from this CD, "You're the Reason Our Kids Are Ugly," is a laugh-out-loud duet with Delbert McClinton. Kacey met Delbert while producing his track for "Pearls in the Snow, The Songs of Kinky Friedman." That album hit #1 on the Americana chart in 1999. For that same project, Kacey also produced the critically acclaimed performances of Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakam, Lyle Lovett, Delbert McClinton, Lee Roy Parnell, Marty Stuart, Guy Clark, Asleep at the Wheel, and Tom Waits. The latter, one of Kacey's favorite songwriters, is honored on this new album with her rendition of Waits' "Christmas Card From a Hooker in Minneapolis."

Kacey is a masterful entertainer. She can make you laugh, she can make you cry, and somehow she can make you feel good about both. Fellow artist and singer, Jonell Mosser, may have described her best..."If Roger Miller and Mae West had a wild affair, their love child would have been Kacey Jones."

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People Magazine


"Her title tune will resonate with those women who agree that today's only desirable men 'have a ring on the finger/are light on their feet/or have a tombstone o ntheir head.' Bottom line: Here's one Kacey who hasn't struck out!"
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Music Connection


The well-versed vocalist, famed for her work as an entertainer, songwriter, publisher, producer and indie record label owner, shows and eclectic range of influences..this is funny stuff that is intelligent and singable.
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Martha Kuhn

Yeah..Everything Carl Said
Great CD. Carl didn't leave me much original to rave about so I'll just say...ditto.
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Carl McCaskey

Country humor from a woman with a great voice!
When the title of the CD and the lead song is entitled "Every Man I Love is Either Married, Gay Or Dead" you just expect lots of laughs and Kacey Jones does not disappoint. I really enjoyed the duet with Delbert McClinton quite a bit and according to the liner notes, the inspiration comes from Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. Kacey and Delbert capture the Twitty/Lynn flavor perfectly. But just when you think all of it is just fun, Kacey hits you with a wonderful balled called "Geography" showing that she can belt out a tear-jerker with the best of `em and then follows that up with "Collector of People" which is a great country tune showing an introspective side. I also enjoyed "I Didn't Feel A Thing" which is a very nice jazzy piece in the torch song style of smokey nightclubs reminiscent of the 50's. "But I'm Not Bitter" is a hilarious song of revenge but remember, she ain't bitter. Kacey Jones' cover of "Over The Rainbow" is not an imitation of Judy Garland but a grand intepretation of the classic song. Finally, "Peanut Sonata" is simply cute (Peanut being "Peanut, the Hero Dog, Jones"). This is a fantastic album!
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