|Topaz & Mudphonic / Music For Dorothy|
|Album:||Music For Dorothy||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Topaz & Mudphonic||Added:||08/2008|
|Add Date:||2009-02-01||Pull Date:||2009-04-05|
|Week Ending:||29 Mar||8 Mar||1 Mar||15 Feb||8 Feb|
|1.||Mar 24, 2009:||At The Cafe America |
|4.||Feb 24, 2009:||Time Traveler |
|2.||Mar 01, 2009:||The Sonic Bubble |
|5.||Feb 14, 2009:||Music Casserole |
Take Yer Clothes Off
|3.||Feb 25, 2009:||The Heart of KZSU |
|6.||Feb 12, 2009:||Sunshine ... in the Afternoon |
|Walter E. Gogh|
A funky and soulful album that evokes southern bayous, Music for Dorothy delivers rump-shaking tunes and heartfelt ballad. Shades of Southern rock and the blues are punctuated by guitar, saxophone, harmonica and Hammond B3 organ solos. Straightforward lyrics take a backseat to the instruments.|
Fun Facts: The album was recorded in a barn alongside the Colorado River.
All FCC Clean
1. (4:01) Funky, hard-hitting number built around a hooky chorus.
2. (5:04) Harmonica intro rock number. Nothing to do with The Standells hit about Boston, this “Dirty Water” is a Southern thing.
3. (3:22) An ode to makin’ love.
4. (3:48) Slow, soulful vocals and guitar-picking underscored by a wailing Hammond organ and lit up with a sax solo.
5. (3:47) Upbeat and bluesy giving way to a slow, melodic breakdown.
6. (2:55) Spoken/sung vocals and hooky chorus. 7. (4:28) Rhythm heavy ditty with a Latin-clave beat.
8. (4:02) Swamp-blues guitars with a mellow interlude and sonic meltdown ending.
9. (6:09) Long, slow jam track.
10. (5:17) The album’s funkiest track of course has funk in its name.
11. (2:40) An instrumental coda with crickets.
|2.||Dirty Water||7.||Twin Oaks|
|3.||Take Yer Clothes Off||8.||Fly W/ Me|
|5.||Slippin' Back||10.||Yonder Funk|