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  1. full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations All. Year Album Label AllMusic Rating Decca / ECM / WATT My Cat Arnold: ECM Karen Mantler and Her Cat Arnold Get the Flu: Xtra Watt Big Band Theory: Decca / ECM / WATT Find Karen Mantler discography, albums and singles on.
  2. K Karen Mantler. May 01, [Verse 1: ALMA] Tryna win all my time (na, na) Pullin' me to the side, you're so bad Don't wanna hear 'bout your life (na, na) If you wanna get fucking high, come closer [Pre-Chorus: ALMA] Pullin' up in your blacked out Benz Tryna roll with the cyber twins You think you're so cool, not tryna be rude to ya.
  3. Karen Mantler and Her Cat Arnold Get the Flu, an Album by Karen Mantler. Released in July on XtraWatt (catalog no. XtraWatt/5; CD). Genres: Vocal Jazz, Progressive Pop. Featured peformers: Karen Mantler (writer, vocals, harmonica, organ, composer), Jonathan Sanborn (bass), Ethan Winogrand (drums), Marc Muller (guitar), Steve Weisberg (keyboards), Greg Calbi (mastering), Steve Swallow.
  4. Although Mantler's debut album was produced by Bley and new husband Steve Swallow and features fellow avant-jazz offspring Eric Mingus as co-lead vocalist and Jonathan Sanborn on bass, 's My Cat Arnold isn't quite jazz, but it's not exactly pop either; the closest comparison is the more out experiments of David Byrne or Laurie Anderson at her most musical.6/
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  8. My Cat Arnold songs Bill also leads his own acclaimed group, 'VIBES 4'. A special jam-session was arranged and recorded. Mandeng Eletrik began when WOFA, a 7-piece African percussion/balafon ensemble from Guinea-Conakry, visited New York City and announced that they were eager to meet and play with musicians from the local jazz, R&B and improvisation scenes.

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