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Mike Reed

Label: 482 Music
Released: 2002
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Track Listing

Prologue: Cameo Frame: Tic-Toc; The Party; Slow Boat; A Little Pick-Me-Up; Tic-Toc Reprise; Never One To Complain; A Few Good Men; Graduation Day. The Picture Show: Places Everyone; Hold It... Hold It!; The Ugliest Girl Alive; Time Out; Corsages; The Big Top; Intermission (Music Provided by the Half Time Trio); Curtain; The Cocktail Party Effect; The Slow Learners Club; A Perfect Fit; Dance Lessons; A Place For Us. Epilogue: Last... Words: Last Words; Politician; Just A Little Loving; You Don't Know Me; Child Star; The Dutch Boy; Just a Song Before I Go.

Personnel

Mike Reed
Mike Reed

drums

Additional Personnel / Information

Colin Bunn: guitar; Ken Champion: pedal steel; Jonathan Doyle: tenor saxophone & clarinet; Michael Reed: drums; Matt Thompson: bass & violin uke. Also included on The Picture Show: Brian Anderson: piano; John "Bud" Poston: banjo; Lisa Shrag: harp; Nate Walcott: trumpet.


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