Sputare il Rospo

Jim Duffy
Jim Duffy


"Sputare il Rospo" means "spit the toad," an Italian expression that means "get to the point, enough with the small talk, it's time to talk business." The meter is a bar of 4, then a bar of 2. When you hear this track, maybe you'll feel it in your knees and elbows.

Jim Duffy on Wurlitzer electric piano, Dennis Diken on drums, Paul Page on bass, Lance Doss on drums, Michael Evans on percussion and Claire Daly sending it over the top on baritone sax.

"Sputare il Rospo" is from the album "Pale Afternoon."

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Latest Release: "Pale Afternoon"

 The latest release  from Jim  Duffy is "Pale Afternoon," a  collection of 11  moody and bouncy  instrumental pop tunes. Buy CDs here.

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