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Concrete Blonde - Mexican Moon (1993) Retail CD
Alternative Pop/ Rock
After the demise of their original label, I.R.S., Concrete Blonde released Mexican Moon on Capitol in the fall of 1993. The band, once again, produced themselves with Sean Freehill, and Paul Thompson returned to the fold on drums after sitting out Walking in London due to immigration problems.
The album is a striking marriage of Johnette Napolitano's dark, lyrical imagery and the band's alternative-tinged pop sensibilities making it, perhaps, their most fully realized effort. "Jenny I Read" kicks things off with the tale of a chance encounter of a fallen, reclusive starlet. Guitarist James Mankeymore… shows versatility playing acoustic and Spanish guitar on the dreamy title track and the wah-wah effects of the brooding "Jesus Forgive Me (For the Things I'm About to Say)." "Heal It Up" was the unsuccessful single but is a bracing number with a ferocious vocal performance by Napolitano. Despite the inspired playing, intelligent and insightful lyrics, and the crisp production, Mexican Moon failed to expand the group's audience and would prove to be their last release before breaking up.
|1||Jenny I Read|
|3||Heal It Up|
|6||I Call It Love|
|7||Jesus Forgive Me (For the Things I'm About Say)|
|8||When You Smile|
|9||Close to Home|
|10||One of My Kind|
|11||End of the Line|
|12||(Love Is A) Blind Ambition|
|13||Bajo la Lune Mexicana|
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