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Menahan Street Band - The Wolf b/w Bushwick Lullaby



Menahan Street Band The Wolf
Menahan Street Band - The Wolf b/w Bushwick Lullaby
(7") Daptone Records DAP-1045, 2009-04-08

The Menahan Street Band challenges the Budos Band to a duel with The Wolf, the fast-paced ethio tinged number that has recently served as the opening song of their on-stage appearances. The song evokes unique imagery in the mind - part sun-drenched ethiopian desert, part frozen northern tundra. This song is dedicated to Joe 'The Wolf' Colgan for building the new Dunham Studios.Without telling Michels and Movshon, Brenneck put a little something special in their gin and tonics. The result is Bushwick Lullaby, a highly syncopated slow placed number entirely indicative of the participant's mind-state at the time of recording. Next time you put your kids to sleep, why not sing them the 'Bushwick Lullaby'?

Menahan Street Band The Wolf
Menahan Street Band - The Wolf b/w Bushwick Lullaby
(7") Daptone Records DAP-1045, 2009-04-08

Tracklisting :
A1. The Wolf | MP3 sample
B1. Bushwick Lullaby | MP3 sample

Links :
worlds-fair.net/menahan_street_band
myspace.com/dunhamrecords
daptonerecords.com/menahan-street-band.html
daptonerecords.com/dunham-records.html
Press Release :
The MSB challenges the Budos Band to a duel with "The Wolf", the fast-paced ethio tinged number that has recently served as the opening song of their on-stage appearances. The song evokes unique imagery in the mind -- part sun-drenched ethiopian desert, part frozen northern tundra. This song is dedicated to Joe "The Wolf" Colgan for building the new Dunham Studios.

Without telling Michels and Movshon, Brenneck put a little something special in their gin and tonics. The result is "Bushwick Lullaby", a highly syncopated slow placed number entirely indicative of the participant's mind-state at the time of recording. Next time you put your kids to sleep, why not sing them the "Bushwick Lullaby"?

Attention!! In retaliation to the challenge, 2 members of the Budos Band broke into the Dunham Art files and switched the song titles on the 45 label. "The Wolf" is actually "Bushwick Lullaby", and vice versa. This will be corrected in the next pressing.
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