Karl Mueller with Occam's Razor | Coupling

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by Karl Mueller with Occam's Razor

Mix equal parts Revolver-era Beatles, the jazzier, folk-side of Bowie, and David Byrne, and you get Karl Mueller with Occam's Razor. Karl Mueller with Occam's Razor is genre-bending, 80s rock-and-roll.
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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1. Cool Verdant Pool
4:47 album only
2. Molecule
3:11 album only
3. That Man
3:44 album only
4. Strictly for the Moment
5:22 album only
5. Same Old Tricks
4:30 album only
6. Psalm
4:35 album only
7. Breakneck Boots
2:33 album only
8. Never Said
3:24 album only
9. Your Way
3:16 album only
10. Bloom
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11. Devil's Garden
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Album Notes
Karl Mueller is a fourth generation 'Hamster (Bellingham, WA, that is). From 1984 to 1988, he sang in the Seattle bands Arms Akimbo (ska/pop), Art on Fire (bohemian rock), and The Moonpins (funk/rock) and played at clubs and college campuses throughout western Washington and Oregon. Highlights from these days include opening for national acts such as the Neville Brothers and Paul Collin's Beat, selling out the original Fabulous Rainbow Tavern in Seattle's "U" District, fun homecomings at Buck's Tavern (now the 3B) in Bellingham, and indulging the vociferous, wiggling students at Western Washington University's Viking Union Lounge. Karl's vinyl debut came early in 1986 with the release of Green Monkey Records' Monkey Business compilation LP (Arms Akimbo contributed the song, "This is the Place"). In 1987, he released a 7" single ("Davy Jones' Locker" b/w "White-Line...Right?!") on his own label, Fossil Fish Records, which was praised by indie circles at home and abroad and features some tasty horn work by Eric Walton aka Skerik of Critters Buggin. During the 1990s, Karl set his music on the backburner to develop a successful career in aquaculture and fishery science. In 2002, he returned to the studio with a cadre of local artists to record the CD Coupling by Karl Mueller with Occam's Razor which was released in January 2003. Eric Sanford of What's Up Magazine praised the release and Mueller's songwriting skills. Tony Stasiek, music critic for The Bellingham Herald, described Coupling as 'ambitious, which is not a bad thing. His [Mueller's] words are light, his melodies interesting and playful. They're fodder for his strong tenor.'



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