Lullaby Baxter - Garden Cities Of To-Morrow download album
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Lullaby Baxter's video for "Rattled Little Clam" off the album "Garden Cities of To-morrow".
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On Garden Cities of To-morrow, Lullaby Baxter jettisons the quirky jazz approach that served her well on her first album in favor of a lush chamber pop sound that suits her sweet vocals and cheerfully daft lyrics perfectly. As produced by Hercules (a duo who released the underrated gem In the Alleyway in 2004), the record is a laid-back, layered masterpiece of shoestring studio wizardry
1 What's Wrong With You? 2 Cardboard Armoured Car 3 Little Song 4 Sugar 5 Fontana Fontaine 6 Let The Fun Begin 7 Lord, I Won't Fight You Anymore 8 Antarctica 9 M. olden Happiness 10 Dumptruck 11 Rattled Little Clam 12 Jet-Pack. Promotional Advance CD. Other versions.
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Title: Garden Cities Of To-morrow. Lullaby Baxter Trio, The - Garden Cities Of To-morrow RAR archive MP3 format.
Garden Cities of To-morrow is a book by the British urban planner Ebenezer Howard. When it was published in 1898, the book was titled To-morrow: A Peaceful Path to Real Reform. In 1902 it was reprinted as Garden Cities of To-Morrow. The book gave rise to the garden city movement and is very important in the field of urban design.
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Lullaby Baxter (born Angelina Iapaolo in Scarborough, Ontario, 1970) is a Canadian jazz singer. Her first album, Capable Egg, was released in 2000 by Atlantic Records, and her 2006 album Garden Cities of To-morrow was released by Boompa Records. The Village Voice has called her "cerebrally seductive" and compared her to Peggy Lee, while Pitchfork Media has compared her to Ella Fitzgerald. She is the sister-in-law of jazz musician Steve Kirby.
|1||What's Wrong With You?|
|2||Cardboard Armoured Car|
|6||Lord, I Won't Fight You Anymore|
|8||Mr. Golden Happiness|
|9||Let The Fun Begin|
|11||Rattled Little Clam|
NotesComes in a digipak.
|BPA015||Lullaby Baxter||Garden Cities Of To-Morrow (CD, Album, Promo)||Boompa Records||BPA015||US||2006|