Yellow House by Mostly Other People Do the Killing
From the album
Humorous canvas of splodges and swirls, feels every brush stroke. A little heavy handed. #Bigbirdwitharoller
About the Album
"Yellow House" is the first track from Mostly Other People Do the Killing's new album "Paint." The recording is the first release by the piano trio configuration of Mostly Other People Do the Killing and features bassist/composer Moppa Elliott, pianist Ron Stabinsky, and drummer Kevin Shea. Each composition on the album is named after a small town in Pennsylvania that contains a color, and the town of "Paint, PA" lent its name to the title. All of the compositions are by Elliott, except "Blue Goose" which was written by Duke Ellington who apparently also had a fondness for strangely named places in the Keystone State.
Yellow House; Orangeville; Black Horse; Blue Goose; Plum Run; Green Briar; Golden Hill; Whitehall.
Ron Stabinsky: piano; Moppa Elliott: bass; Kevin Shea: drums.
November 16, 2017
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