The RubricsDon't Blame Me (It's the Market)
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Friday, June 02, 2006 6:01:04 PM
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Thursday, July 06, 2006 3:05:02 PM
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This short tongue-in-cheek political satire was written after a long discussion with my students on economic globalization and the effects of Dave Kingman's baseball career. (I kid you not)


Wes Miller banjo, vocals, harmonica

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Song Comments

From the Cradle to the Grave
Another python in this song.


TEXAS JAKES MILLION WATT RADIO !
A real toe-tapper!


Apocalypse Radio
Welcome to the Apocalypse! -M-


Troubadour Radio
I'm a fan - couldn't decide which of The Rubrics fine pieces to add. Very dry, very good, very true. This is a man I'd like to have a beer with. And of course a busk with !


Davies Ison And Friends...
Delightful magic simplicity from The wonderful Rubrics..I love them for all the reasons people strangely think are periferal..Its got nothing to do with the carefully crafted lyrics and everything to do with the effortless spirit and lofi charm that lies beneath -and on this track the delicious way the word 'market' is chewed out..


Yetis are happy but bigfoot.............
Marketus dangerosis mucho uglyto for headachesus . Il piu grande The Rubrics sing about the day when M & Ms have to close cause there were no teeth to bite and the one to blame was the market , Yettis think this is intellectual and wise cause it´s a profound analysis of how a bee can do gymnastics with the stock market.


Bob Dylan Tribute
Bob woulda' chuckled-banjo blues


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