Put Down the Muffin | The Rest Of Right Now

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The Rest Of Right Now

by Put Down the Muffin

Acid Jazz/Jam-Band
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Track 11
5:36 $0.99
2. Def Lynyrd
5:21 $0.99
3. FM9
3:01 $0.99
4. Ten Pin
5:53 $0.99
5. Federal Boiler
6:40 $0.99
6. Teens And Juniors
4:36 $0.99
7. Creme De La Creme
4:04 $0.99
8. Tribute To Bunyan
3:58 $0.99
9. Bingo Microphone
2:24 $0.99
10. Butt Hay
6:55 $0.99
11. April Showers
5:21 $0.99
12. The Rest Of Right Now
4:45 $0.99
13. Major Catastrophe
2:56 $0.99
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Album Notes
Put Down the Muffin is a modern-fusion/noise-rock band made up of four seasoned musicians from the Minneapolis area. Their sound is nearly indescribable, but draws from influences like Medeski, Martin and Wood, Galactic, Club Delf and Soul Coughing. Some of their songs are tripped-out instrumentals that weave in and out of time signatures, while others are gigantic rock tunes complete with three-part vocal harmonies. Either way, crowds get entranced by their extended noise-solos, funny antics, and vicious grooves. The band consists of Bruce Balgaard on fretless bass, Matt Patrick on guitars, Charlie Peterson on keyboards, and Zach Miller on drums. With these instruments (and a sampler under each arm), Put Down the Muffin creates a musical experience completely different than the last.



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Chris Warot

Inventive and powerful
On the first few listens, I found the first 2 songs to be my favorites. When I read about the 4 'looped' tracks, I programmed only those tracks and put the CD player on repeat, and got a whole new appreciation for the album. I'm glad I found this CD and highly recommend it. I find myself singing 'Tribute To Bunyan' from time to time.


more fun than free beer
This Cd is a must have. "Dancers, dancers, dancers...." This CD covers a huge amount of musical space. You'll never think of Paul Bunyan in the same way. Fun grooves, great tunes and awesome lyrics make this one of my favorites.

charlene pajakowski

modern jam band?
This had elements of soo many different styles.This is what made it such a fun and engaging listen.All i can say is if you enjoy some of the modern jam acts you will love them!

Pirate Jonny

life-changing, jazzarific, greatness in a download
I am currently living Carribean and good jazz is hard to come by. A friend sent me this link and this album has made my day. All the musician's really seem to be great, although the guitarist leaves a little to be desired. All in all I couldn't have been happy with the purchase even if Miles Davis delivered to me in person. I also don't understand the band's name, but on this album it is obvious that the muffin was put down.

Jerry Buhl

What an amazing debut CD!
The muffin are amazing musicians and showcase that along with capturing the spirit of their live shows on this their debut CD.
Bruce Balgaard & Zach Miller lay down an incredible foundation for Charlie Peterson & Matt Patrick to play around.
They definitely know how to have fun & yet rock your head off!
If you haven't purchased the CD, get today and make sure you look for a live show of theirs to check out, you won't be disappointed.

Sonny Fouts

What can I say about PDtM?? There's almost too much talent here for any one band. I love these guys! The music? Well,,,you're going to hear stuff you've never heard before. I've heard PDtM many times live, and each time I come away with, "What the hell was that?" Well what that was, was a huge mound of creativity, some of the best musicianship you'll ever hear, and some great humor to go along with their show. Individually, their amongst the best of the best at their respective instruments. If you like listening to live music, or just sittin back to give an ear to something new and different, hang on to your shorts. You won't be just listenin or sittin very long! This is a show and CD well worth the money, many times over!