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Teleport People

by Mark Ransom and the Mostest

Guitar-driven, groove-based and extemporaneous, this music falls into its own category of clever-heavy Americana.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. Teleport People
3:36 $0.99
2. Rewind
4:51 $0.99
3. Love Song 2019
3:37 $0.99
4. Water on the Fuse
5:42 $0.99
5. Julian
3:19 $0.99
6. Paradise
5:17 $0.99
7. Superman
4:18 $0.99
8. Timber Town
3:41 $0.99
9. Guerrero
4:05 $0.99
10. Particle Refraction
4:18 $0.99
11. Diggin' It
4:33 $0.99
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Album Notes
Teleport People is the fourth full-length CD release from The Mostest, and the latest batch of recordings emerging from bassist-producer Patrick Pearsall and guitarist-songwriter, Mark Ransom. While the band's four disc "box-set" chronicles the evolution of this powerful duo at the core, The Mostest's most recent studio effort is a both a departure from the band's folky roots--into a fantastic realm of spaceship noises and super-sonic guitar riffs--and also a return to some of the vibe Ransom and Pearsall captured in previous projects. There is an organ-laden and horn-infused music bed which underlays much of the group's new record, recalling Ransom's solo CD, Stride (2003), and Pearsall's earlier live-performance work with the rock-meets-R&B group The Bond Brothers. The alien-Moog noise floor which we feel in the title track and throughout the new CD fits with the subject of Ransom's writing, blurring lines between the experience of supernatural phenomena (UFOs) and the phenomenology of what Ransom describes as a "mid-life crisis." "Teleport People," written by The Mostest's friend, Brian Deckebach, and its high-calling aspirations to science and spirituality, is followed in the cue and brought back down to Earth by "Rewind," a tongue-in-cheek ode to a common, disheartening theme: "I traded in my mini-van for a new Maserati, let my true-love go for a new young hottie," sings Ransom, "I'm still vital, I'm still strong, the lines on my forehead are almost gone."



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