Mood Area 52 | 1952 Philanski House

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1952 Philanski House

by Mood Area 52

Mood Area 52 plays mostly accordion and cello driven narrative, instrumental, and theatrical music that calls upon multiple genres that are lumped into "latin" and "gypsy" music.
Genre: Folk: Anti-Folk
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1. To the Sea
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2. May Jane and Roger
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3. Andantino Canzona
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4. Before the Bog
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5. The Drains and Caverns of Le Bois
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6. As You Make Your Bed
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7. Mean Girls
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8. Count Orlock's Driver
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9. Dance Like the Day Before You Die
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10. Holding Hands with Steve
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11. 1952 Philanski House
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12. The Irish Problem
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On 1952 Philanski House, Mood Area 52 is Michael Roderick on accordion, vocals, and guitar, Amy Danziger on cello, Billy Barnett on guitar, James West on Drums, Dorian Crow and Jeremiah Harris on Bass, Kee Zublin on sax, ad Erin Williams on saw. This album contains songs that navigate the waters between islands like tango, Weimar cabaret, classical, folk, and country, arriving finally on the front porch of an old, white house during a snowstorm.

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