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Future Eaters

by The Maybe Babies

Psychedelic funk rock band, twisting sonic funk and latin sounds around sensual vocals and hip hop / trip hop beats. They use real instruments: jazz blues guitar lines, lush flute with 60's funky bass, tenor sax and didgeridoo.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Funk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mango Blush
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2. Weird Sisters
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3. Lucky
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4. Wetlands
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5. Wipeout Story
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6. Salt
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7. Ronnie and Des
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8. Blues Dancing
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9. Fallen
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10. Fell Off My Horse
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Album Notes
Their songs show Mark's depth and experience whilst harnessing Carolyn's smokey style, all to the rhythmic beats from Linus, creating a smooth silky sound. Their live performance covers 3 brackets(45min) of original songs.

The debut CD titled Future Eaters was written and co produced by Mark and Carolyn. The CD is just out and is getting local and internet radio airplay. The CD is distributed by www.cdbaby.com and major independent record retailers listed on their website www.markjoehope.com.

Mark and Carolyn have been writing and co-producing their music for the last 4 years. They were placed 9th and 10th in the 22nd Australian National Song writing Contest 2001.

During the last three years The Maybe Babies have been gigging around Sydney and Brisbane, expanding local interest with their performances. All gigs are listed on their website www.markjoehope.com.

Below describes their songs

Mango Blush - Has a soft summer groove.

Lucky - Mix of sax, fast drum beats, electric guitar with a Santana twist.

Weird Sisters -Inspired by Aeon Flux the Adult cartoon played on TV Eat Carpet.

Wetlands - Didgeridoo and flamenco guitar become the Australian wetlands.

Wipeout Story - Surfing at it's best...up tempo rap.

Salt - Post Pink Floyd.

Ronnie & Des - Hip hop Bris funk with Wes Montgomery styled guitar lines.

Blues Dancing - High energy impact.

Fallen - Modern mix of Spanish guitar and world beats.

Fell Off My Horse - Humorous take on life to a funky groove.



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I love the weird sisters song. It has a strange groove but thats good. Overall good . Visit me at www.cdbaby.com/si2 . Peace....SI