Rupert Wates | The Rank Outsiders Ball

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The Rank Outsiders Ball

by Rupert Wates

Folk meets Jazz, with a sprinkling of cabaret
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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1. The Rank Outsiders Ball
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2. Drowned
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3. The Entertainer
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4. Snake in the Grass
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5. The Lost Ones
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6. Burlesque of Love
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7. The Man Afraid of Shadows
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8. Murder in Broad Daylight
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9. Time
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10. Suspend Our Disbelief (A Little Longer)
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11. Traveling Circus
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12. Behind the Mask
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13. Make Believe
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14. Until We Meet Again
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Album Notes
Calling all geeks, misfits and loners: There's a place for us all at The Rank Outsiders Ball.
Rupert Wates' latest release continues the themes of his earlier CDs 'JOE'S CAFE' (2010) and 'At The Losers' Motel' (2012), envisaging a place where all kinds of people come together, and music is the force that binds them. On this disc, Wates' sound is more consistent and unified than ever before. Moving away from simple folk, Wates gets closer to Jazz, vaudeville and even theater. He depicts the world itself as a stage, a circus in which we are all performers. At The Rank Outsiders Ball, the more outrageous your role, the better you'll fit in. Rupert Wates welcomes us all, in the voice of a born outsider: uniquely and even defiantly his own. "A prime figure in American music" (Folk And Acoustic Music Exchange)

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