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Gratuitous Sax & Senseless Violins
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
The Brothers Mael originally released this gem in 1994 after a seven year respite. Released on Logic Records, there were no outside musicians on this outing, just the brothers doing what they do best. 3 hit singles yield... more »
The Brothers Mael originally released this gem in 1994 after a seven year respite. Released on Logic Records, there were no outside musicians on this outing, just the brothers doing what they do best. 3 hit singles yielded from the LP: "When Do I Get To Sing My Way", "When I Kiss You (I Hear Charlie Parker Playing)" and "Now That I Own The BBC". Just by the titles, you could tell that the brothers' wit was in full force! The track "Tsui Hark" actually features the Hong Kong director putting in a appearance.
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