Pablo | Working the Way Station

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Working the Way Station

by Pablo

An album of songs about being between worlds or in a sort of purgatory. But not necessarily a bad place.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Now
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2. Nu Amerika
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3. Coming On
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4. Torch
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5. Friends Like These
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6. Portrait of a Lonely Man
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7. Psych City, U.S.A.
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8. Shook up & Shook Down
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9. Black Butterfly
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10. Working the Way Station
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11. Friends Like These (Live)
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Album Notes
To musicians and cognoscenti of Los Angeles, Paul ‘Pablo’ Thomas may be a known name, having grown up playing music in Southern California. What almost no one knew, is a secret that he is now revealing to coincide with the release of his new album Working the Way Station (available 6/21/18). Always a private person, Pablo shied from the limelight, and courageously lived as a self-described librosexual, growing up in an exclusively binary world. 
“I had to go to school, make friends, date girls, go to church and live a normal life. It was awful,” Pablo remembers.
In 2019, Pablo says he’s ready to come out in order to send a positive message and stop discrimination.
“People are more accepting now of multiple genders, genetically modified foods, and even new clouds - it seemed the time was right.”
Like BeBe Rexha, who made national news recently for calling out her audience on their lack of appreciation, Pablo has also begun challenging audiences and the media to acknowledge his contribution to music over the past two decades. Indeed, Pablo has bravely endured years of ostracism from mainstream media, and suffered quietly, forced to live as a cisgender in the Public eye, privately anguishing because of his true feelings. One listen to the new album Working the Way Station, and one can appreciate the struggles and joys reflected in the compositions.
So far, Pablo’s friends, fans, and the LGBTQ community seem to be wholeheartedly supporting his transition and new music. In fact, he has recently been asked to perform and lecture at the Foundation for Advancing Gender Indeterminate Tolerance (FAGIT). Pablo has been doing music since he began piano lessons at age 6, followed by trumpet, guitar, and drums shortly thereafter. Always in demand with local Los Angeles bands as a youth, he fell naturally into the role of Songwriter. After meeting lyricist-turned-vocalist Bobby Moon in High School, the two formed their long-running band Spellbound, which Soul&Jazz& (2/14/18) calls “a funky brand of tropical Dance..and a whole lot more.” Pablo began his tentative solo career in 2003 with a self-titled album, and 16 years later he’s surprised to find that it continues to flow. Released on the Selfish Recordings label, Working the Way Station will be available on Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify, and most major music platforms June 21, 2019, with a limited edition on compact disc through CD



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