By: Cotton Mather (1999, Rock). More albums from Cotton Mather: The Big Picture by Cotton Mather. Death of the Cool by Cotton Mather. Wild Kingdom by Cotton Mather. Kontiki by Cotton Mather. View all albums . Hotel Baltimore. By: Cotton Mather (1999, Rock). 1. Lost My Motto (Millennium Chrome Version).
This EP plays like a series of outtakes and rarities, the kind of collection that is almost always hit or miss. There are good songs on Hotel Baltimore, but after the consistently outstanding pop/rock certainty of Kontiki, Cotton Mather's follow-up EP feels half finished. The EP is performed by the touring band; besides singer Robert Harrison (vocals, guitar) and Whit Williams (guitar, vocals), there's Josh Gravelin (bass) and Dana Mizer (drums).
Cotton Mather-Hotel Baltimore Album guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. D C G D She's on the payroll of the Vatican Bank, D But she works in an American book store and her husband is the Byzantine type, D C D I asked her what she had to do at St Mike's D C D C D She said "I came here trying to remember something but I'm only in.
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Cotton Mather (band). This article is about a rock band. Cotton Mather is a band that was founded by Robert Harrison of Austin, Texas in 1990. What started as an experimental collaboration with cellist Nat Shelton, had by 1993 evolved into a guitar driven pop quartet. They have drawn comparisons to the Beatles, Elvis Costello and the Attractions, Squeeze, and Guided by Voices. In his 2007 book, Shake Some Action, John Borack rated the Kon Tiki album at number 26 of his Top 200 Power Pop Albums. The group's best-known lineup with Harrison, Williams, Myzer and Josh Gravelin (bass) released the seven-song mini-album Hotel Baltimore in 2000 and The Big Picture in 2002. In 2013 and with the same lineup, the group released a new studio single entitled "I'll Be Gone".
Mather was named after his maternal grandfather, John Cotton. He attended Boston Latin School, where his name was posthumously added to its Hall of Fame, and graduated from Harvard in 1678 at age 15. After completing his post-graduate work, he joined his father as assistant pastor of Boston's original North Church (not to be confused with the Anglican/Episcopal Old North Church of Paul Revere fame). In 1685 Mather assumed full responsibilities as pastor of the church. His 1979 album Prince went platinum due to the success of the singles "Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?" and "I Wanna Be Your Lover".