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Warm Blanket

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Turn Up The Speakers
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Let Them Talk
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Born Too Late
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Yazoo
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Corner Piece
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Do I Cross Your Mind?
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It Takes A Long Time
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I'm Ready To Be Old
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Endlessly
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Found A Friend
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Summer Is Over
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Born Too Late
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 48:18

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Ian Cohen caused a minor uproar after panning the first Presidents of the United States of America LP in his high school newspaper, and not much has changed sin...more »

08.27.13
Guileless summer-pop and snuggly comfort sounds
2013 | Label: Paw Tracks

When Dent May released his debut The Good Feeling Music of Dent May and His Magnificent Ukulele on Animal Collective’s Paw Tracks imprint in 2009, the question wasn’t if irony was fueling his lounge-pop Tiny Tim shtick, it was how much. Even worse, you wondered if Animal Collective somehow thought May was being totally sincere. But to his credit, the Oxford, Missouri, native has made amends and peace with his former guise; 2012′s Do Thingsread more »

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"Don't wanna be chasin' that rent money for the rest of my life," Dent May sings on Do Things' opening track, "Just need somebody to hold me at night." While the music takes a step toward a fuller, synth-and-beat heavy sound (the titular Magnificent Ukulele of his debut album is long gone), the lyrics hint at the lovelorn loverman persona May has cultivated in his previous output. Aside from the trials and travails of relationships,… more »