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Maybe Wednesday

by The Fat Fridays

Jazz-infused rock and blues.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Leap of Faith
3:14 album only
2. You Say You Love
4:15 album only
3. Won My Love
3:03 album only
4. We Can Work It Out
2:21 album only
5. I'm Walkin'
2:09 album only
6. Mercenary Territory
3:28 album only
7. Where Are You
4:09 album only
8. Blues for Christmas
4:48 album only
9. Hurtin'
4:18 album only
10. Bird on a Wire
4:44 album only
11. Pretty Girl Why
3:12 album only
12. 180 Degrees
4:45 album only
13. Secret-O-Life
4:20 album only
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Album Notes
Good band! Jack Stafford is a monster horn player, Andy Carr's keyboards dazzle, and James Clark's bass lines could gut a fish. Don Kellogg lays down a solid groove, and Mark Dodge's guitar work is snaky and snarky. These are seasoned professionals from very different corners of the musical world: classically-trained jazzers to rock & roll road warriors; studio professionals to orchestral A-listers; country-rockers, singers, songwriters, session monsters, and ... old guys (or old-adjacent). The recordings don't really show age, however, and are mostly presented as recorded, live in the studio, except that most lead vocals were overdubbed, and a few minor boo-boos were patched up, but a few were left behind, too. The band plays a few times a year, since every member is in at least three other bands, or on call. But the band found a groovy Monday afternoon gig they play every couple of months, and their recording sessions are always on Monday afternoons. The Fat Fridays haven't played on a Friday since 2016.



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