Thursday, October 15, 2009

Charmin' Jazz Trio: Texas Toilet Museum


























Texas Toilet Museum by Charmin' Jazz Trio

Formed in 2007 as part of a unique marketing campaign for
bathroom tissue, Charmin' Jazz Trio has performed at numerous
odd locations across the country, such as the Plumbing Museum
in Watertown, Mass. They are often accompanied by famous guest
performers (a benefit of being funded by a large corporation).

While the title may seem to indicate that Texas Toilet Museum is a
live performance, it is in fact the trio's first studio album. The
album was recorded prior to a live performance in the parking lot
of the famous Texas tourist attraction, where the group performed
unaccompanied.

However, the studio album features a strange assortment of guest
performers, including an accordian solo by "Weird Al" Yankovic and
a strange duet of Polka Dots and Moonbeams from Michael Buble and
Norah Jones.

In spite of the advertising gimmickry, the result is a unique and
delightful jazz album. As a bonus, the CD includes a coupon for a
free four pack of toilet paper.

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