Jules Shear isn t being cagy when he insists he doesn t know what the songs on his 13th studio album, One More Crooked Dance (Funzalo Records) and first since 2013 s Longer to Get to Yesterday are about. He really doesn t, at least without being able to consult a lyric sheet, which is nowhere in sight at the moment. With nary a guitar, bass or drum in earshot, Shear didn t have to wander far from his longtime Woodstock, N.Y., home, corralling locals Pepe (piano), touring partner Molly Farley (vocals) and the legendary John Sebastian (harp) at his neighborhood health food store and somehow cajoling them to join him at his friend s nearby home studio.

Jules Shear isn t being cagy when he insists he doesn t know what the songs on his 13th studio album, One More Crooked Dance (Funzalo Records) and first since 2013 s Longer to Get to Yesterday are about. He really doesn t, at least without being able to consult a lyric sheet, which is nowhere in sight at the moment. With nary a guitar, bass or drum in earshot, Shear didn t have to wander far from his longtime Woodstock, N.Y., home, corralling locals Pepe (piano), touring partner Molly Farley (vocals) and the legendary John Sebastian (harp) at his neighborhood health food store and somehow cajoling them to join him at his friend s nearby home studio.

881159028509
One More Crooked Dance

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Format: CD
Label: FUNZALO
Rel. Date: 11/17/2017
UPC: 881159028509

One More Crooked Dance
Artist: Jules Shear
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Rules Of The Game
2. Painkiller
3. Be With You
4. Guessing
5. Looking For Me
6. A Color That Barely Exists
7. Oh Marlena
8. This Flame
9. Half Hearted Head
10. When It's Right
11. Half Hearted Head
12. When It's Right
13. Wrong Again

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Jules Shear isn t being cagy when he insists he doesn t know what the songs on his 13th studio album, One More Crooked Dance (Funzalo Records) and first since 2013 s Longer to Get to Yesterday are about. He really doesn t, at least without being able to consult a lyric sheet, which is nowhere in sight at the moment. With nary a guitar, bass or drum in earshot, Shear didn t have to wander far from his longtime Woodstock, N.Y., home, corralling locals Pepe (piano), touring partner Molly Farley (vocals) and the legendary John Sebastian (harp) at his neighborhood health food store and somehow cajoling them to join him at his friend s nearby home studio.