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Janus on the Danube

by Phoenix and the Bison

Tripped-out slow groove to up-tempo 12-bar blues in search of a way to balance the past, present, and future.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Grip Me
2:37 album only
2. Feel so Good
2:46 album only
3. Fire up the Stove
2:17 album only
4. Get Busy Living
1:44 album only
5. Катю́ша
1:40 album only
6. Real Kind of Love
3:11 album only
7. Ocean's Edge
2:17 album only
8. Keeping On
4:14 album only
9. Mama Said
3:16 album only
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Album Notes
Phoenix and the Bison grew out of two friends hanging out, talking about life, playing chess, drinking palinkas, and creating songs without meaning to. Scott Foster used music from his past and present, and M.E. Foley improvised words. After writing about forty songs over a four month period, between a small cabin on a river in rural New Hampshire, an apartment in Davis Square, Somerville, and a flat in Budapest, Hungary, they decided to make a record. Scott took on the work as producer, overlaying a mix of acoustic and electric instruments, with friends stopping in to Danish Gambit studios to fill in the soundscape. Janus on the Danube has a full spectrum of instrumentation and genre, with influences of blues, jazz, dub, Americana, Latin, Hungarian folk, and rock. The words range from light to stark, combining to explore the theme of Janus, in looking back and heading forward.



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