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Almost Friday Night

by The Knife & Fork Band

With Almost Friday Night, Philadelphia's long-standing folk-pop group the Knife & Fork Band release their first record. 13 songs ranging from noisy to peaceful and feature sibling harmony vocals and unusual instrumentation and other surprises.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Depression of 1990
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2. I'm Not Like all the Others
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3. Almost Friday Night
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4. Take This Feeling Away
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5. Don't Ask Me Why
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6. I Just Can't Sleep
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7. Don't Call Me
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8. What's Right With Me
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9. When You're Gone
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10. Gone But Won't Go Away
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11. Daze of Our Lives
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12. Mountainside
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13. You Can't Get What You Want If You Won't Get Up and Dance
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THE BOB, Fred Mills, "Almost Friday Night" Review:

Philadelphia's K&F band has that rarest of qualities; to sound endearingly familiar yet, yet, as a newcomer (to this writer's ears at least) to additionally sound unerringly unique. The quintet's rootsy Folk-Pop engages on levels previously tweaked by the Walkabouts and, at times, given certain subtle Celtic flourishes, the Pogues. Too, the Denis Murphy-Meg Murphy vocal team recalls the the late great Zeitgest/Reivers matchup of John Croslin and Kim Longacre, voices individually distinctive enough to saw against one another's textures but intuitive enough never to grate,

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