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Yellow Tiger

by Ming Dynasty

Ming Dynasty is a mix of Asian influence with rock and roll.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Yellow Tiger
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2. Twisted Flower
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3. American Dream
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4. Rice Field
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5. Train Came
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6. From Below
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7. Bring Me Down
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8. Thought It Was You
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9. Spy People
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10. Bad Reputation
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Album Notes
Ming Dynasty is a band from NYC formed by Eric Miranda and Ming Chan. Eric Miranda, lead guitarist and vocalist, has been playing in the New York City music scene for over a decade. He has record credits with Francis Dunnery, Jesse Malin and Joe Lynn Turner. He has played with the Counting Crows and Ryan Adams. Miranda pursued his own musical course, first with a band called The Plums, which sold tens of thousands of records on a very small independent label and later on his own as a singer/songwriter, playing gigs at CBGB\'s, Continental, Arlene\'s Grocery and other renowned New York venues, almost always to a full house.

Miranda met Ming Chan in 2006. She\'d moved to New York City from Taiwan where she was the singer and bassist in a Taipei band called Moo Shoo Sweet Potato. Though she\'s as urbane and cool as they come, her people actually hail from the mountains where they farmed for a living. The Hakka were one of the few ethnic groups in China that refused to bind the feet of their women. They farmed using their feet, being too proud to kneel down in the dirt. We think that that\'s where Ming gets her eclectic blend of humility and hardcoreness.

After hearing her sing and play the bass, Miranda knew she had amazing potential. After warm reception from shows at New York and LA\'s Knitting Factory, the duo locked themselves up in a farmhouse in Millbrook, New York with a Pro Tools setup. After six months, they emerged with their first LP, Yellow Tiger. Jamie Candiloro, who has worked with REM, Ryan Adams, Willie Nelson and others, mixed the album. The upcoming record Yellow Tiger is written, arranged and performed by Ming and Eric with their friend, famed producer Jamie Candiloro contributing keyboards for several songs. Every track on the Yellow Tiger LP packs both wistfulness and high-energy impact into its three- or four-minute lifespan. Each song is both a ferocious tiger and a little bird, all with the potential to be a hit.



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George Lujack

East meets West
This album is just flat out cool. It is a unique blend of music you are unlikely to find anywhere else. It ranges between heavy rock and soft Asian music that makes it deserving of it's own genre.

Mike Puccio

Finally a rock band that got it right from start to finish. This CD has a perfect mix of incredible songs and if you are into lyrics we may have found our modern day poets.

Molling Stone

Music isn\'t dead...it has been revived by this band! Everyone says they are unique, but this album proves it with everything from autoharps to rain and good old bass beats that move you. Don\'t be stuck in a rut, listen to this album and give yourself some CPR for the soul.

Bill Spencer

This Record is a Classic
I have been playing this CD non-stop since I got hold of it. I love the energy and variety of it, and I\'ve seen Ming Dynasty about 20 times live. The songs are actually as good if not better on stage. This band is gonna break really big, like the way The Strokes or White Stripes broke.