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Spill Your Drink

by Dave Stoops

Imagine a record that sounds like The Kinks having cocktails with Keith Richards and Leonard Nimoy somewhere in the Mississippi Delta...
Genre: Rock: British Invasion
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1. Burn Too Bright
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2. Cricket Scores
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3. Satellite Star
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4. Carlysle Hotel
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5. Tarnish On The Plate
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6. Wintergreen
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7. Circumstance & Superstition
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8. Invisible Again
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9. The Georgian Room
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10. Pounds & Quid
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11. Godless Ghost
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12. Mercury Night
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13. Transatlantic
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Album Notes
The story begins in the depths of co-producer Brian Berg's basement/laboratory. Berg is the architect of Portland (OR) rock favorites 44 Long and wearer of many hats--cellist, thereminist and bartender among them. The hats were worn on Dave Stoops' array of songs--songs influenced by writers such as Difford & Tilbrook, Ray Davies, Paul Westerberg, and Karl Wallinger. What emerged is a unique collection of tunes ranging from Stonesy rock to Merseybeat Britpop to spaced-out chamber music. Featuring touches of trumpet, saxophone and slide guitar, Spill Your Drink is a sonic blend of clever melodic hooks and classic British grace with lyrics evocative of Tennessee Williams' dissolute South. Not Lame wrote, "Much of the material sounds like the long, lost World Party album that fans have been waiting for the last 15 years...This is a release that I will be pulling out in 20 years. It's that cool...Extremely Highly Recommended!"



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