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People Be Talking by Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord

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Album Title: Harder On The Outside
Label: Hot Cup Records
Released: 2019

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Fiona's Comments

Basically, folks be saying the whole bottle of prednisone is required after this. Guitar's better solo.

About the Album

"People Be Talking" is the first track from Jon Lundbom's album "Harder on the Outside," on Hot Cup Records. This is the ninth recording project from Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord and features guitarist Lundbom, alto and soprano saxophonist Justin Wood, tenor and balto! saxophonist Bryan Murray, bassist Moppa Elliott, and drummer Dan Monaghan. This new album comes on the heels of Lundbom’s ambitious four-CD/digital EP set released in 2016 and is his first full-length album since 2015’s "Jeremiah."

Track Listing

People be Talking; Basic Bitches; Prednisone; Booberonic; Cereal; Fussing Blues (Littig); Three Plus; Basic Bitches (alt.).

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Jon Lundbom: guitar; Justin Wood: alto saxophone, soprano saxophone; Bryan Murray: tenor saxophone, alto saxophone; Moppa Elliott: bass; Dan Monaghan: drums.

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February 6, 2019

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