Peter Mulvey | The Trouble with Poets

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The Trouble with Poets

by Peter Mulvey

An innovative amalgamation of beat poet sensibility with the fervor of modern rock, this CDis the most commanding lyrical and musicalstatement of his career.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. The Trouble with Poets
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2. Words Too Small to Say
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3. Check Me Out (Hey Hey Hey)
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4. Every Word Except Goodbye
3:49 $0.99
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5. Wings of the Ragman
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6. You Meet the Nicest People in Your Dreams
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7. Eyes Front (See Through You)
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8. All the Way Home
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9. Bright Idea
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10. Tender Blindspot
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11. Home
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Album Notes
With this album Mulvey has perfected his innovative amalgamation of beat sensibility with the fervor of modern rock.

Featuring guest vocals by Chris Smither and Jennifer Kimball, THE TROUBLE WITH POETS is the most commanding lyrical and musical statement of Peter Mulvey's career.

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Victoria McMullen

Blown away.
Mulvey's lyrics, music, and voice blow me away. Buy the damn disk!
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Gary Moon

More experimental than acoustic, but good!
I expected similar stylings to his acoustic performance on Ten Thousand Mornings, but this has considerably more production and more of a pop feel. Excellent, though, and some great songwriting.
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