Sometimes Like This I Talk

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Sometimes Like This I Talk
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Studio album by Steve Mackay
Released February, 22, 2011
Genre Hard Rock, Jazz Punk, Jazz Rock
Length 56:00
Label Radon, SOOPA
Producer Steve Mackay
Steve Mackay chronology
Michigan and Arcturus
(2006)Michigan and Arcturus2006
Sometimes Like This I Talk
(2011)

Sometimes Like This I Talk is the second studio album by tenor saxophonist Steve Mackay. It was released on February 22, 2011, on Radon. Most of the songs on the album were done with Stooges bassist Mike Watt. The lead single, "The Prisoner", features lead vocals sung by Iggy Pop, credited on the CD liner notes as Ypsi Jim.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Sometimes Like This I Talk"
  2. "Dead Chevys"
  3. "Expatriate"
  4. "The Vacuum Does Exist"
  5. "Song for Baghdad"
  6. "Rue Interdit D'Afficher"
  7. "The Prisoner"
  8. "Rua Afixação Proibida"
  9. "Lament For the Leaving of the Isle of Lewis"
  10. "Lost in the Fog"
  11. "Kristallnacht"
  12. "Zombie Chevys"
  13. "Stradivarius' Cat"

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