8 thoughts on “ Take Me Home - The Urge - Fat Babies In The Mix (Cassette, Album)

  1. Fat Babies in the Mix is a decent effort, but not up to par with the Urge's latter albums. Also, without drummer John Pessoni on the skins, it's just not the same. Overall, I wanted the album to add to my Urge collection, but I highly doubt I'll be playing it with any regularity/5(2).
  2. Live Album, also know as "Fat Babies in the Mix The Urge Live" Re-released in Includes songs from previous albums along with all new songs.5/5(1).
  3. Read and write album reviews for Fat Babies in the Mix - The Urge on AllMusic. Read and write album reviews for Fat Babies in the Mix - The Urge on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases The Urge Fat Babies in the Mix. Add to Custom List. Add to My Collection. AllMusic Rating.
  4. About File Formats. MP3 is a digital audio format without digital rights management (DRM) technology. Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod!
  5. It was released in through Immortal Records in cassette and CD format. The album produced two singles, “Too Much Stereo" and "Four Letters and Two Words", and sold , copies. An advance copy was released with different cover art.
  6. The Fat Babies are a seven piece jazz band interpreting classic styles of the s and 30s. Founded in by string bass player Beau Sample, its members include Andy Schumm (cornet), John Otto (reeds), Dave Bock (trombone), John Donatowicz (banjo and guitar), Paul Asaro (piano), and Alex Hall (drums). “Ensembles that play early-period jazz are in perpetually short supply, and those that.

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