Nicholas Tremulis Orchestra | For the Baby Doll

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For the Baby Doll

by Nicholas Tremulis Orchestra

A modern marriage between Glam Rock and the classic girl groups of the 60's through the eyes and hearts of the NTO, lovingly packaged in a paperback book with a story by Nick himself and a forward by novelist Michael Thomas.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Pitiful
Nicholas Tremulis Orchestra
4:01 $1.29
2. You're Gonna Loose (Everything You Got)
Nicholas Tremulis Orchestra
2:20 $1.29
3. Without You With Me
Nicholas Tremulis Orchestra
4:47 $1.29
4. Lost Without You
Nicholas Tremulis Orchestra
2:45 $1.29
5. Everybody Here
Nicholas Tremulis Orchestra
3:18 $1.29
6. You're Too Much (But Never Enough)
Nicholas Tremulis Orchestra
2:33 $1.29
7. If God Were the Devil
Nicholas Tremulis Orchestra
4:05 $1.29
8. Push It
Nicholas Tremilis Orchestra
4:12 $1.29
9. Super Human Love
Nicholas Tremulis Orchestra
4:47 $1.29
10. For the Baby Doll
Nicholas Tremulis Orchestra
2:25 $1.29
11. Walk in the Sun Again
Nicholas Tremulis Orchestra
3:32 $1.29
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Album Notes
For The Baby Doll is a loving, stomping, hell-raising remembrance
that literally screams the old Willie Dixon trope, “I live the life I love
and I love the life I live.” Nick Tremulis’s accounts, both written and
musical, of his life journey from the ‘burbs of Chicago to New York
City and back play out like many real artist’s journeys -- unless they
were born with a trust fund. He makes the usual stops: Greyhound
stations, storied artist havens like the Chelsea Hotel, hip scenes like
Max’s Kansas City, couches in girls’ apartments, fly-by-night record
labels, basement recording studios, strip joints, and dark alleys.
Where Tremulis separates himself from the pack is in the retelling
and reforming of his past. A suite of songs built around a tiny but
memorable topless bar known simply as The Baby Doll that became a
focal point for Tremulis and his artistic friends in New York City, the
little joint and the characters who inhabit it come to stand for all that
is good and sweet and true. Tremulis’s gift is taking the blemishes
and bruises and putting them on a pedestal, cherishing them, holding
them close, harvesting the life force they offer to anyone curious
enough to search. Surrounded by his honking band of full-grown bigbeat
rockers, Tremulis graces us with a beautiful love song of youth
and exploration, and along the way points out to us what we’ve lost in
the modern rush towards gentrification and exclusivity. Like fellow
Chicagoan Nelson Algren’s masterpiece A Walk On The Wild Side,
For The Baby Doll is a blast of electrifying balm for the soul.
-- William Michael Smith



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