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John Lizard Comes Home by Daniel Bennett

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Album Title: Sinking Houseboat Confusion
Label: Manhattan Daylight Media Group
Released: 2016

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Fiona's Comments

Madness! Ok, this is known as Avant-Pop with Surf Rock and some Jazz. It's like a subway 12" with meatballs (+ steroids and a microchip) eating a cheeseburber. Odd but fun.

About the Album

The Daniel Bennett Group plays quirky modern Jazz, fused with elements of Surf Rock and Avant-Pop. The opening track on SINKING HOUSEBOAT CONFUSION is "John Lizard Comes Home." This song epitomizes the new musical path that the band is forging.

Track Listing

John Lizard Comes Home; Andrew Variations; Bobby Brick Sent Me; Sinking Houseboat Confusion; Paint the Fence; Doctor Duck Builds a Patio; We Are OK!; Little Disappointments of Modern Life; Animals Discussing Life Changes; Sinking Houseboat Confusion - Acoustic Reprise.

Personnel

Daniel Bennett
Daniel Bennett

saxophone

Additional Personnel

Daniel Bennett: alto saxophone, flute, clarinet, piano; Eddy Khaimovich: electric bass; Matthew Feick: drums; Nat Janoff: guitar; Michele Herman: spoken word (track 8); Mark Cocheo: guitar (track 10).

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August 16, 2016

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