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All Music Guide - Steve Matteo
Recruiting an entire new lineup of jazz pros, Michael Franks came up with an album with a West Coast jazz base but a New York sensibility. Lyrically a natural follow-up to the slyly suggestive The Art of Tea and featuring less pronounced orchestration than his previous effort, thanks to producer Eumir Deodato, Franks took full advantage of rhythm players Will Lee, Ralph McDonald and Steve Gadd, to make an even funkier record than in the past. Songs like "When the Cookie Jar Is Empty," "Wrestle a Live Nude Girl" and "In Search of the Perfect Shampoo" are all sensually playful songs that fully captured the erotic yet innocent '70s-era of free love with a romantic sense of ...
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All Music Guide - Steve Matteo
Recruiting an entire new lineup of jazz pros, Michael Franks came up with an album with a West Coast jazz base but a New York sensibility. Lyrically a natural follow-up to the slyly suggestive The Art of Tea and featuring less pronounced orchestration than his previous effort, thanks to producer Eumir Deodato, Franks took full advantage of rhythm players Will Lee, Ralph McDonald and Steve Gadd, to make an even funkier record than in the past. Songs like "When the Cookie Jar Is Empty," "Wrestle a Live Nude Girl" and "In Search of the Perfect Shampoo" are all sensually playful songs that fully captured the erotic yet innocent '70s-era of free love with a romantic sense of humor. Not as ambitious as his previous Sleeping Gypsy, but a continuation of his ongoing experimentation with different players and a consolidation of his unique songwriting style.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/25/1990
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • UPC: 075992735124
  • Catalog Number: 3167
  • Sales rank: 55,791

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Michael Franks Primary Artist, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals
John Tropea Guitar
Deodato Conductor
Ralph MacDonald Percussion
Steve Gadd Drums
Will Lee Bass
Leon Pendarvis Keyboards
Technical Credits
John Tropea Contributor
Bud Shank Contributor
Deodato Arranger
Ralph MacDonald Contributor
Oscar Brashear Contributor
Steve Gadd Contributor
Jeffrey Kawalek Engineer
Will Lee Contributor
Tommy LiPuma Producer
Leon Pendarvis Contributor
Al Schmitt Engineer
Ernie Watts Contributor
John Cabalka Art Direction
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