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by Lady and the Mant

Goofy takes on classic pop and rock, plus one of the best romance revenge songs ever
Genre: Easy Listening: Lounge
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ruby Tuesday
1:33 album only
2. Yesterday
1:36 album only
3. Stand By Your Man
1:49 album only
4. Wimp
2:44 album only
5. Sunshine of Your Love
2:24 album only
6. Here, There and Everywhere
1:47 album only
7. Guilt Trip
4:28 album only
8. Theme From M*A*S*H
2:01 album only
9. Tomorrow Never Knows
2:32 album only
10. Ben
1:02 album only


Album Notes

If you're a purist, might as well run away while you have the chance. There's a reason for the title of this album!

This outgrowth of a sketch comedy act shows just how out of hand things can get when two self-amusing personalities spend too much time with classic rock and pop songbooks and a synthesizer.

From a disco "Ruby Tuesday" to a Jimmy Durante take on "Ben," "Inexcusable" rethinks classic rock and pop, with a decided lounge filter -- and a couple of warped little gems from Romanovsky & Phillips thrown into the mix.

Lady & the Mant (otherwise known as ace lead guitarist Rick Mantler and chanteuse Kathy Biehl)stumbled upon their peculiar musical compatibility while performing in a sketch comedy show called "Rude Dinner Theater" in Houston, TX. With the help of a Yamaha synthesizer, free-flowing Negra Modelos and too many improv sessions stretching past midnight, they quickly developed a repertoire that has amused dozens and baffled more.

One keyboard. Two guitars. Infinite irritainment.

"Next stop, as "Sunshine of Your Love" reaffirms: Dr. Demento's dinner theater." -- Heath Rowe, Media Diet.

"Your CD displays a spectacular disregard for musical taste. Congratulations! You have usurped the Shaggs. I send undying admiration." -- K. Loftus

"My favorite - a series of songs sung by Biehl and Mantler. Biehl's gentle soprano carries the delightful 'Guilt Trip:' 'I do not want to see you smiling / You're not supposed to have a good time / You shouldn't think about your feelings / You should only be concerned with mine.*' Mantler sings an ode to all things wimp, and in a truly brave moment he visits the audience as a sadistic tooth fairy in a white net tutu. It's a good time." -- arts critic Megan Halverson, reviewing "Rude Dinner Theater" for Houston Sidewalk



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