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Today we review the debut solo album from Jonathan Rado, one of the lead members of Foxygen. Law and Order, an ambitious production, was released on September 3rd by Woodsist Records. Rado covers a variety of genres including soul, funk, garage rock, 60s psychedelia, country folk, and noise in the LP, giving a new twist to classic compositions. The albums, experimental at points, is a great display of his musical range and prowess in production.
Jonathan Rado (photo from Jonathan Rado)
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Law and Order
1. Seven Horses
2. Hand In Mine
3. Looking 4a Girl Like U
4. Dance Away Your Ego
5. I Wood
7. Oh, Suzanna!
8. All the Lights Went Out In Georgia
9. I Wanna Feel It Now!!!
10. Would You Always Be At Home?
11. Law & Order
12. Pot Of Gold
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