Meet the Seavers | You Don't Want to Tango With the Inquisition

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You Don't Want to Tango With the Inquisition

by Meet the Seavers

MEET THE SEAVERS (MTS) brings a new genre of music called “MERGE”. A potent concoction of Jazz, odd time signatures and unusual changes wrapped around an ingenious lyric. Their music has been called brilliant, ambitious and mischievously clever.
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. Smile Like a Candy Jar
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2. On a Day Like Today
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3. Fall in Love Someday
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4. Merry Go Round Me
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5. Strange Menageries
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6. You Don't Want to Tango With the Inquisition
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7. Intelligent Design
3:23 $0.99
8. Inertia
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9. Everybody Needs a Little Cross to Carry
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10. Curse of the Cool
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11. The Man Who Would Be Swing
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Album Notes
“You Don’t Want To Tango With The Inquisition” is Meet The Seavers first full length release.
A radical departure from their first EP "Sugar in the Raw" which featured Upright Bass and Vocals only.
Recorded in East Nashville, You Don't Want To Tango With The Inquisition features a full band comprised of :

Dorothy Seavers -vocals.
Jace K. Seavers - Vocals and Upright Bass
Tim Bolton - Keyboards
Duane Spencer - Drums
Chris Dunn - Trombone
Kevin Rimmer - Trumpets
Liz Johnson - Saxophone
Andy Scheinman and Buck Brown - Guitar
Jim Hoke - Flute
Dan Bostick - Theremin

Included on the recording are several compositions from their musical comedy about the Spanish Inquisition entitled “Throwing Stones At The Sun”.

The Group has been called Nashville's answer to Vaudville and Jazz for Jazz Haters.



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