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King Maker

by Tammy and the Lords of Misrule

Power pop with style, passion, pop and crunch.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Kinda Girl
2:55 album only
2. Radiate
3:26 album only
3. This Time
4:29 album only
4. What Baby Wants
4:02 album only
5. Chamellia Chameleon
3:32 album only
6. Turn Yourself Around
4:05 album only
7. Angelina
2:32 album only
8. Here We Go
4:29 album only
9. Careful
4:13 album only
10. Paper Cup
3:29 album only
11. Ghost of a Chance
4:02 album only
12. Clockwork
4:08 album only


Album Notes
From a review in DVD Movie Central...

"If you can't remember the last time you had an unqualified blast listening to a rock and roll record, then Tammy and the Lords of Misrule have brought a long overdue dose of medicine to you.

"A collection of twelve anthems in the making, King Maker is a dream come true for closet air-guitarists, late night apartment dancers, and people who would rather sing into their hairbrush than style with it. Front woman Tammy Ferranti is a rock star waiting to explode, leading the group with an incredible vocal prowess, some brilliant songwriting, and an infectious "lighten up" spirit that generates out of every note on the album."

From a review in Amplifier Magazine...

"I generally don't care for female vocalists fronting rock bands . . . So, I must admit that at first blush I didn't expect to like King Maker. I pushed the play button and sat back to listen, almost subconsciously gloating in expectation of seeing my self fulfilling prophecy proven true. But, contrary to my expectations, the more I listened the more I liked it. Tammy Ferranti's attitude is refreshing. She doesn't sing from the perspective of a little girl lost in the big bad world; Tammy takes the world head-on and then challenges it to give her more."


Tammy and the Lords of Misrule play catchy melodic modern rock delivered with energy and passion. -"Our goal is to make music that sticks in your head for days," states Tammy, adding "We like our songs to have good, catchy riffs, grooves or melody lines... anything that works as a hook."

Tammy's songs have appeared on the Pop-sycle compilations, "Closet Pop Freak" and "Closet Pop Folk." Also, her songs have appeared on the "Pop Again" and "Pop Life" compilations for the L.A. based Poptopia music festival as well as the first "Wheat From Chaff" the "best of local music" festival compilation - a joint venture of Crab Apple Records and Bill and Bob's Excellent Records. Even in France, Tammy's tunes have been heard on radio 89.5 FM "Pop Dreams" hosted by Gerard Gerard who supports unsigned pop music worldwide. The band has also been musical guests on radio KFI AM640. The band has become an active part of the L.A. power pop scene and were featured on an ABC TV news story about the L.A. local pop scene.

-Front woman/singer/songwriter/guitarist Tammy, has played many shows in various original rock/pop and cover bands and has performed at many venues such as The Roxy, The Whisky a Go-Go, The Troubadour, Jack's Sugar Shack, The Gig and dozens of other clubs, coffeehouses, showcase and top-40 venues all over Southern California. "What I've learned," Tammy says "is that the song is all important."

Weary of the multitude of local acts with a thrashy, garage band sound, Tammy Ferranti joined forces with experienced musicians to be the Lords of Misrule: Roy Lansdown on bass, Rick Heitzwebel on drums and Don Mogill on guitar. The Lords of Misrule enjoy performing, and are occasionally known to wear crowns made of beer cans. "Lighten up!" remarks Tammy, "This is just rock and roll. We are all here to have good time!"



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