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Traveling Circus by Phil Vassar

Album

Traveling Circus

Phil Vassar

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Album

Traveling Circus

Phil Vassar

Play on Napster
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Label: Show Dog Universal Music
Yacht-rocking piano man Phil Vassar gives his fifth album a big-top motif, but concentrates on florid ballads loaded with reassuring bromides. He's most fun when he speeds up a bit, talking in rap-like rhythm, trekking to Tequila Town with working stiffs, and especially ba-ba-ba-ing "Barbara Ann"-style while chortling country's greatest tranny anthem since Moe and Joe's "Where's the Dress" in "Bobbi With an I," about a cross-dressing linebacker who drinks cheap on ladies' night. By album's end, he's waving to Billy Joel and Stevie Wonder, wondering where all the other piano men went.

About This Album

Yacht-rocking piano man Phil Vassar gives his fifth album a big-top motif, but concentrates on florid ballads loaded with reassuring bromides. He's most fun when he speeds up a bit, talking in rap-like rhythm, trekking to Tequila Town with working stiffs, and especially ba-ba-ba-ing "Barbara Ann"-style while chortling country's greatest tranny anthem since Moe and Joe's "Where's the Dress" in "Bobbi With an I," about a cross-dressing linebacker who drinks cheap on ladies' night. By album's end, he's waving to Billy Joel and Stevie Wonder, wondering where all the other piano men went.

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About This Album

Yacht-rocking piano man Phil Vassar gives his fifth album a big-top motif, but concentrates on florid ballads loaded with reassuring bromides. He's most fun when he speeds up a bit, talking in rap-like rhythm, trekking to Tequila Town with working stiffs, and especially ba-ba-ba-ing "Barbara Ann"-style while chortling country's greatest tranny anthem since Moe and Joe's "Where's the Dress" in "Bobbi With an I," about a cross-dressing linebacker who drinks cheap on ladies' night. By album's end, he's waving to Billy Joel and Stevie Wonder, wondering where all the other piano men went.