Tenderness (album)

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Tenderness
Studio album by Kip Hanrahan
Released 1990
Genre Experimental, Dark Latin
Label American Clave (AMCL 1016-17)
Producer Kip Hanrahan

Tenderness is a dark experimental [Latin Jazz meets Downtown Music] recording (concept album) under the musical direction of Kip Hanrahan.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. '...Faith In The Pants, Not In The Prick...' (Vallejo's Folk Song) - 5:37
  2. '...When I Lose Myself In The Darkness And Pain Of Love, No, This Love...' - 5:37
  3. '...She Turned So That Maybe A Third Of Her Face Was In This Fuckin' Beautiful Half-Light...' - 4:31
  4. '...At The Same Time, As The Subway Train Was Pulling Out Of The Station...' - 4:29
  5. '...I Told Him 'I Don't Have To Be Beaten To Be Understood'...' - 6:01
  6. '...Look, The Moon...' (Diahnne's) - 5:05
  7. '...Half Of Sex Is Fear...' - 6:26
  8. Gillian's Folk Song - 3:47
  9. History - 5:15
  10. '...There Was Something About His Anger That Was So...Inaccessible To Me...' - 5:45
  11. '...If I Knew How To, If I Knew What Muscles To Relax...' - 3:13
  12. '...You're No Pimp, And I'm Certainly No Whore...' - 1:31
  13. Deep Summer - 4:13
  14. '...Look, The Moon...' (Carmen's) - 5:44
  15. In Place Of An Epilog: Lullabye For My Daughter - 3:04
  16. In Place Of A Morale: Geography - 5:05

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