'Straight from Brooklyn's DIY scene, Bad Credit No Credit marches onto the stage in a wave of cheerful provocation, combination of socio/political consciousness and a blatant lack of inhibitions. The groovy brass-based septet is fiercely led by it's charismatic singer/sax player Carrie-Anne Murphy, who seemingly can sing but would much rather scream and roar her discontent, telling tales of alienation, misogyny and other delights to the sounds of punk-infused jazz and instrumental freakouts. Which is just fine, as it makes for a most convincing (and entertaining!) performance.' -- The Deli NYC The Whole Buffalo was recorded between 2010 and 2012 in Brooklyn, New York, by Peter and Sam Wadsworth of Japam Studios and Ben Greenberg at Strange Weather. Mixed by Ben Greenberg at Strange Weather, with assistance from Daniel Schlett. Mastered by Alex Saltz at APS Mastering. Lacquer master by Josh Bonati at Bonati Mastering. Purple vinyl pressed (500 copies) at Archer Record Pressing. Musicians: Carrie-Anne Murphy: vocals, alto sax, keyboards Andrew Thomas: bass Carter Yasutake: trumpet, piano, flugelhorn Mark Karges: drums Ryan Weisheit: tenor sax, clarinet, flute, bass clarinet Rigdzin Collins: violin Kyle Pollard: trombone Alison McQueen: flute, clarinet Catherine Popper: upright bass Chuck Wilson: slide trumpet Nick Roseboro: trumpet Peter Wadsworth: guitar Sam Wadsworth: tambourine Ryan Sartin: snare, tom tom, glockenspeil Emily Kempf: vocals ('Wurd Is Bond') Shilpa Ray: vocals ('Wurd Is Bond') Thomas Seely: vocals ('Dogs & Cats Living Together') Lima Ohsawa: kazoo, melodica Produced by Carrie-Anne Murphy (Sundae Fantastique Records). Funded on Kickstarter. Cover image of buffalo by Julia Norton.
Congratulations, Spaceman, You've Dug Up My Remains!
Shit Hits the Fan
Rock Hudson's Wristwatch
Wurd Is Bond
The Ghost of Tequila Murphy
Dogs & Cats Living Together
The Last Battle
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