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Red Rabbit | Ignorance in Action

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Ignorance in Action

by Red Rabbit

Classic American rock ‘n’ roll with folk overtones and country highlights, honest and intimate.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Business Unfinished
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2. Pole Dancer
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3. State of Crazy
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4. Bandsaw
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5. I Won't Say a Thing
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6. It's Not so Hard
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7. Meditation #17
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8. A Little More Time
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9. Salto Morale
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10. I Am the One
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11. Foolish Pride
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12. This Old Refrain
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13. Really (This Time)
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14. The Words Come Slowly
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Album Notes
The subtitle of Red Rabbit’s Ignorance in Action is “Songs about God, Love, and Self-Mutilation” and that pretty much sums it up. All fourteen tracks are written by guitarist/vocalist J.A. Purvis and span an emotional landscape that runs from heartrending confession (I Won’t Say A Thing, Foolish Pride) to giddy lovesick devotion (Meditation #17, I Am The One) to a kind of semi-psychotic venomous outrage (Bandsaw/Really This Time), delivered ultimately to searing one-on-ones with Ultimate Reality (Salto Morale/The Words Come Slowly). In addition to the rock-solid rhythmic substructure fabricated by bass player Steve Raymond and drummer Randy Bryant, the music is lushly layered with classic Americana- acoustic guitars, banjos, mandolins, fiddles. (There’s even a Jew’s harp twanging in the background of the frenetic mayhem of A Little More Time.) Add to that the jingle-jangle of Purvis’ Rickenbacker 12-string and you arrive at a sound defined by decades of steeping in classic rock, blues, folk, and country.

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