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Jazzoretry

by Victor Uriz

Put Jack Kerouac, Tom Waits and Robert Johnson in a musty box car, hand them a bottle of Thunderbird, a pencil and paper, a guitar and rickety piano, come midnight watch the demons and angels de-rail that run-away ghost train. Climb aboard, brother.
Genre: Spoken Word: With Music
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1. The Coming Frost
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2. Crossed Roads
6:04 $0.99
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3. Drunken Lullaby's
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4. Lets Love
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5. Briar Lane
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6. The Bridge
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This cat stands on a collapsing bridge, somewhere between the sacrid and the profane. Each song is filled with confessions and truths that would make a gangsta wrapper break down and weep, or a streetwalker blush like a nervous school girl in a window steamed backseat of some pimplely faced kids car.

It's all been said before, that is, songs about love, hope, disillusionment, redemption, seeking, finding, being lost and sometimes found. Victor takes these tired themes that have been buried and exhumed one to many times, and wakes up their bleach assed bones with a tripple shot expresso and then gives them directions straight to the little home town you keep hidden in the darkest corners of your qivering heart. The musical arrangments to each song create a distinctive back drop for each story, like a soundtrack for your internal movie.

Take a stroll with Victor into the dark streets, the dank river bottoms, stale bars and grim churchs, aimless suburbs and vacant fields, all the obscure pieces to the puzzle that make up a lost America.

Be for warned, this genre of music is intended as "UN-"easy" listening.

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Michele Petee

Princess of Everything
I really dig the song about Briar Lane. I dig all your stuff Victor!
Still listening to the bites.....
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