Singer-songwriter Mutado Pintado and composer Jonathan Dryden have unveiled “Patience the Wheel,” one of the 13 tracks from their new jazz audio book LP collaboration named Poke a Hole Let It Flow. The LP was launched on Times New Roman Records on March 25 at an event that took place at King Charles The First in London, United Kingdom.
The video for “Patience the Wheel” was shot by songwriter and filmmaker Alexander Selbley.
Poke a Hole Let It Flow is described in an official statement as “a musical book that involves real characters. A story of life experiences, fear, anxiety, and depression. Falling in love and the last pirate to be tried in the state of Massachusetts.”
Gigwise reports that part of the album, and its title, is inspired by Pintado’s late uncle Thomas Dennison, whow as allegedly a pirate, sailor and only Bay State man to be convicted of piracy in the 20th century.
For more information, go to https://mutadopintadojonathandrydenpresent.bandcamp.com/releases