|I felt like being surrounded by an echoe of George Harrison´s kharma on the market square of New Dehli, eating very sweet korma and fruit nan, drinking Cobra beer on a hot night... And then it suddenly stopped! (Will it be a fading song?) I didn´t get much of the lyrics. Who is singing? Some indian drummer?
A bungy jump kind of tune that quickly gets stuck in the ear. But it doesn´t sound much like Sforzando. That nice ensemble normally has a much stickier roughness, specially from lead singer Quincy. Anyhow I like it.|
This is the new studio album with this energetic Australian worldfolkrock band!
Meanwhile, visit the Sforzando homepage.
|2.||A Night on the Piss||3’06|
|3.||Inner City Pirate Rock Chick||2’21|
|4.||´Mutiny´ She Cried||2’09|
|5.||The Party Starts When We Get There||2’39|
|6.||Deep in the Sea||4’47|
|7.||At least we´re not the U.S.A.||3’43|
|8.||Pass Me a Rum||2’53|
|9.||Dancing the Hempen Jig||2’37|
|11.||Scurvy Sea Dogs||2’21|
|12.||A Pirate Song||3’26|
|13.||Too Much Fun||4’35|
|14.||The Pirate Orchestra||4’27|
|16.||I was Born on a Pirate Ship||5’44|
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