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Cult chanteuse returns for a rollicking cross-country road-trip with a freeform station on the radio and Mary at the wheel. Produced by Steve Wright and Mary Prankster and recorded at Wright Way Studios, Baltimore. Featuring Bryan Ewald: guitar, Walker Teret: bass, Jason Butcher: drums, Bronson Hoover: keys, Nick Reider: trumpet, Craig Considine: trombone, Russ Kirk: sax, Amy Shook: fiddle, and The Bellevederes - Kelly Butcher: vocals, Denny Finnerin: vocals, Rose Hammer-Burt: baritone sax, Tiffany DeFoe: tenor sax, Jimmy Baseman: trumpet, Bronson Hoover: keys, EJ Shaull-Thompson: drums, and Ryan Finnerin: bass.
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This deluxe reissue of 1998's "Blue Skies Over Dundalk" features unlikely radio hit "Tits and Whiskey" and bonus tracks including 1996's "Mata Hari 4-Song EP."
The genre-hopping sophomore album finds our gal leading a scrappy punk army through Rock, Gospel, Ragtime and Country. Includes fan favorites "The World Is Full Of Bastards" and "Punk Rock Heaven."
This album opens with a timpani thundestorm and goes out in a Jazz funeral. In-between are the fist-pumpers, tear-jerkers, head-scratchers and rib-ticklers of an artist wearing her idiosyncrasies on her sleeve.
An alt-country album recorded before a raucous crowd at DC's famed 930 Club, this rip-snortin' live album features countrified versions of old faves along with three tracks unavailable anywhere else.
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