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Jon Cleary & The Absolute Monster Gentlemen

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Sometimes I Wonder
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Cheating On You
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More Hipper
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Just Kissed My Baby
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When You Get Back
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Take My Love (USBAS0200031)
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A Little Satisfaction
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Been And Gone
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So Damn Good
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Fanning The Flames
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Too Damn Hot
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 48:29

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Once you get a listen to Jon Cleary and The Absolute Monster Gentlemen you will be hooked...his grooves, songs, lyrics and voice is addictive...I want more and keep his stuff in heavy rotation on my Ipod.

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djFLWB

I bought the CD when it was released. I saw Jon Cleary when he was backing Bonnie Raitt. He delivers up a good solid CD. Track 4 is a Meters cover. Best bets> Tracks 1, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11.

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They Say All Music Guide

Jon Cleary, the New Orleans-based multi-instrumentalist and singer, cooks up a batch of funky music on his first Basin Street release. Backed by a small core band and a smattering of guests (including Bonnie Raitt on slide guitar), Cleary delivers hard-hitting urban blues and soul that can bring to mind Tower of Power, Bill Withers, and even a little Steely Dan. His singing can be a bit generic, but his organ and Wurlitzer flourishes are quite tasty, as is the dead-on rhythm guitar of Derwin “Big D” Perkins and the bass-and-drum lock-up of Cornell Williams and Jeffrey “Jellybean” Alexander. – David R. Adler