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Anyway You Want It CDEP - The Orange Humble Band

Label:Half A Cow Records
Released:2000
Tracks:Anyway You Want It
Sleepiní 99
A Dream Of Butterflies (Lo Siento)
Annie, Run Run Run


Rating: 4.5/5

Any Way You Want It is the first single to be taken from the second Orange Humble Band album, Humbliní (Across America). Lead by an amazing vocal performance from Ken Stringfellow, Any Way You Want It is yet another pop gem to come from the pen of Daryl Mather and is truly an uplifting song. Of the other songs, Sleepiní 99 is an alternative version of Sleeping In My Caravan, which was originally released on the bandís first album, Assorted Creams. Tinged with a Tijuana styled brass section, A Dream Of Butterflies (lo siento) is a really lovely and appropriately laid back acoustic tune about flying down to Mexico and experiencing cheap food, Tequila and broken truths. The last song, Annie, Run Run Run starts off with some Byrdsian harmonies and develops into great pop song that is again dominated by Ken Stringfellow. While Annie Run Run Run could have easily been the lead single, itís the title track that is the stand out song on this EP.

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