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Kate Mick | Sugar in Your Teeth

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Sugar in Your Teeth

by Kate Mick

Intimate, slightly sweet, mostly dark and evocative songs originated on the banjo. Folk, rock, blues, and much more all wrapped up into a lyrically-driven album.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Burden Baby Blues
3:43 album only
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2. Rock and Roll
7:02 album only
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3. Take Shake and Make Me
2:19 album only
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4. Knees
7:13 album only
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5. Swarm & Sway
5:56 album only
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6. Moon Song
5:02 album only
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7. My My My
3:50 album only
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8. Sugar in Your Teeth
6:01 album only
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9. Jesus Christ-Kid
3:44 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Kate's sophomore album "Sugar In Your Teeth" is her first album with a full band backing her. You will find this album tactfully heavy with pedal steel, electric guitar, drums and banjo. This lyrically-driven album of original songs by Kate Mick will have you introspectively tapping your feet.

"...Kate has one of those voices that just lifts everything…a voice that’s steeped in sadness and yet still has the ability to woo... ...ghosts of Karen Dalton and traces of Gillian Welch. With a strong, old-fashioned hook thrown in to the mix, this sounds like the work of an old soul; the sound of a musician who could have easily recorded the same song decades earlier." Lee Real from Real Gone Magazine (England)

"Its a gothic folk with a soulful bluesy slant." "...something that's simple and rough around all its edges, but sincere, and unique..." Chris Daltry from The Cut Up Music Zine (CT)

Kate Mick has been compared to Cat Power, Hurray For the Riff Raff, Sharon Van Etten, First Aid Kit and Hedy West. She enjoys playing her original songs as well as cover songs by Wilco, David Bowie, Tom Petty, Daniel Johnston, Karen Dalton, The Breeders, John Prine, and Bonnie Raitt, amongst others. She is constantly writing new, original songs and peforming throughout the North East.

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