Hang On Little Tomato
 : Hang On Little Tomato

by: Pink Martini

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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Heinz
EAN: 0723721038557
Item Dimensions: 3349220562
Label: Heinz Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Heinz Records
Model: 2121861
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: October 19, 2004
Publisher: Heinz Records
Release Date: September 01, 2015
Studio: Heinz Records

Disc 1:
  1. Let's Never Stop Falling In Love
  2. Anna (El Negro Zumbon)
  3. Hang On Little Tomato
  4. The Gardens Of Sampson & Beasley
  5. Veronique
  6. Dansez-vous
  7. Lilly
  8. Autrefois
  9. U Plavu Zoru
  10. Clementine
  11. Una Notte A Napoli
  12. Kikuchiyo To Mohshimasu
  13. Aspettami
  14. Song Of The Black Swan
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Hang on Little Tomato, Pink Martini's long-awaited second album, features mostly original songs written by the band and its extended family. Drawing on themes articulated in its first album, Hang on Little Tomato is the result of the group's diverse collaborations and inspirations. From an advertisement for Hunt's Ketchup from a 1964 issue of LIFE magazine to a dance sequence in the 1950 Italian film Anna, Hang on Little Tomato includes songs in French, Italian, Japanese, Croatian, Spanish and English.
Pink Martini should be known as the little orchestra that walks a fine line in its music. The Portland, Oregon, outfit is deeply influenced by Latin music, jazz, cabaret, cinema scores, and a smattering of other styles. But rather than simply aping legendary artists in their prime--and fooling only a few dim bulbs in the process--band shakes things up by writing its own material, or at least creating tasteful new arrangements that fit within the band’s unique post-lounge framework. The band keeps the playful musical vibe on Hang On Little Tomato, but jettisons what kitsch factor it had, choosing to focus wholly on original material or stuff that isn’t recognizable to the average music fan. It’s been a seven-year wait for fans since the band’s fun debut, Sympathique, and while the blush is now off the rose, the band’s creative ambitions and talent are never better displayed than here on their second effort. – Tad Hendrickson

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