Mary Lou Lord/Sean NaNa Split
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||Bang Bang||Mary Lou Lord||1:59||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||Hard Road||Mary Lou Lord||2:47||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||Aim Low||Mary Lou Lord||2:17||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||Princess and the Pony||Mary Lou Lord||3:08||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||Stretch Marks||Mary Lou Lord||2:23||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
||My Old France||Mary Lou Lord||2:53||USD 0.99||Ver en iTunes|
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Well, here's a somewhat unexpected CD. Three songs each from two pop faves who float just a bit beneath the radar of the elusive star-making tastes of America's mass audience. First up is Boston's Mary Lou, whose God-given way with cover songs involves a propensity for diluting nearly any song she chooses; she's a musical food processor with one speed: liquefy. A prime example is the way she smoothes the edge right off of Lucinda Williams' "Hard Road," transforming it from a savory Southern pecan pie to a cutesy, gelatinous marshmallow puff. Her short list of original compositions isn't added to here either; Lord's three songs, including the aforementioned "Hard Road," are all covers. Sean Na Na fares a bit better, scoring one of his biggest hits here with "Princess and the Pony," a charismatic song in which Tillman ruminates on his eventual funeral party blowout. Tillman also tries his hand at songwriter "Lucky" Jeremy Allen's "My Old France," arranging a full band around Allen's spare, acoustic song.