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Soothing music for stray cats Edgar 'Jones' Jones

£4.99

Product description

Soothing Music For Stray Cats is the debut solo album by the Liverpudlian musician, songwriter and singer, Edgar "Jones" Jones. It was released on 9 May 2005 on The Viper Label. It combined a number of musical styles including jazz, rock and roll, doo-wop, soul, R&B and funk, across the instrumentals and songs that comprise the album.

All tracks were written by Jones, except "It's My Bass" which was written by The Isley Brothers. The song "Freedom" contained an interpolation of "Moonlight Serenade" by Glenn Miller and lyrics by Charles Mingus, and "Tenderly" contained an interpolation of "Blue Monk" by Thelonious Monk.

Noel Gallagher of Oasis said of the album "It bent my head, man. It's probably one of the best records I have ever heard".

Soothing Music for Stray Cats was also the inspiration behind the title for the novel by British author Jayne Joso.

1. Soothing music for stray cats
2. Do doh dontcha doh
3. What's goin ' down huny brown
4. Hangin' with wulf and bear
5. Freedom
6. Sittin ' on the fence
7. More than you've ever had
8. Stubborn mule blues
9. You know you can do it
10. Catnip
11. Tenderly
12. Gonna miss you when you're gone
13. It's no good
14. Oh man that's some shit
15. Did you ever wake up in the morning

Bonus Tracks

16. Careful what you wish for
17. Another side of huny brown
18. Baby if wannit
19. Gonna miss you when your're gone [Live 13/10/2007]
20. Do doh dontcha doh [Live 13/10/2007]
21. More than you've ever had [Live 13/10/2007]
22. You want me to want you back [Live 13/10/2007]
23. Don't break my heart [Radio session 24/02/2008]
24. Hey Joseph [Radio session 24/02/2008]

Item details

Band/artist(s):
Edgar 'Jones' Jones
Condition:
Used
Genre:
Easy listening
Label:
Viper Label
Tracks:
24

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About this item

Soothing Music For Stray Cats is the debut solo album by the Liverpudlian musician, songwriter and singer, Edgar "Jones" Jones. It was released on 9 May 2005 on The Viper Label. It combined a number of musical styles including jazz, rock and roll, doo-wop, soul, R&B and funk, across the instrumentals and songs that comprise the album.

All tracks were written by Jones, except "It's My Bass" which was written by The Isley Brothers. The song "Freedom" contained an interpolation of "Moonlight Serenade" by Glenn Miller and lyrics by Charles Mingus, and "Tenderly" contained an interpolation of "Blue Monk" by Thelonious Monk.

Noel Gallagher of Oasis said of the album "It bent my head, man. It's probably one of the best records I have ever heard".

Soothing Music for Stray Cats was also the inspiration behind the title for the novel by British author Jayne Joso.

1. Soothing music for stray cats
2. Do doh dontcha doh
3. What's goin ' down huny brown
4. Hangin' with wulf and bear
5. Freedom
6. Sittin ' on the fence
7. More than you've ever had
8. Stubborn mule blues
9. You know you can do it
10. Catnip
11. Tenderly
12. Gonna miss you when you're gone
13. It's no good
14. Oh man that's some shit
15. Did you ever wake up in the morning

Bonus Tracks

16. Careful what you wish for
17. Another side of huny brown
18. Baby if wannit
19. Gonna miss you when your're gone [Live 13/10/2007]
20. Do doh dontcha doh [Live 13/10/2007]
21. More than you've ever had [Live 13/10/2007]
22. You want me to want you back [Live 13/10/2007]
23. Don't break my heart [Radio session 24/02/2008]
24. Hey Joseph [Radio session 24/02/2008]

Band/artist(s):
Edgar 'Jones' Jones
Condition:
Used
Genre:
Easy listening
Label:
Viper Label
Tracks:
24

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