The Baboon in the Basement

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Part I of the Mammal Trilogy is loosely based upon Jung's theory about cheeky monkeys. Or was it beavers? We all have a baboon in our basement, somewhere – you too.

Description

Featuring 13 new songs and three covers (Jagger/Richard, Roy Wood and Marc Bolan), lashings of flambe vocals and oozing extrovert guitar and drumming, it’s a paradigm of perfect pop. Buy this CD or else the baboon gets it.

Renowned for his compositional, arrangement and, let’s be frank, bass playing skills, The Baboon in the Basement demonstrates Martin Gordon’s on-going fascination with cheap pop music as well as acknowledging the central role it plays in his philosophy.

We all have a baboon in our basement, somewhere – you too. Featuring 13 new songs and three covers (Jagger/Richard, Roy Wood and Marc Bolan), lashings of flambe vocals and oozing extrovert guitar and drumming, it’s a paradigm of perfect pop. Buy this CD or else the baboon gets it.

Track list:

  1. It’s Like It’s Like…
  2. Anyway Goodbye
  3. Terrible Mess (No-Good Shoebomber)
  4. Why Do I…
  5. Hit Him on the Head (With a Hammer)
  6. Only One Dream Per Person
  7. The Baboon in the Basement
  8. Let’s Make Money
  9. We Love You
  10. Warlord of the Royal Crocodiles
  11. She’s So Pleasant Today
  12. Good Girls Gone Bad
  13. Tonight
  14. Greenfinger
  15. That Girl
  16. Anyway Goodbye – reprise

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