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"What We’ve Got" is a true Chemystry Set gem that envelopes its fresh poetic luminescence with a beautifully dynamic tapestry of sounds. Patty Hughes's voice is at its earth-shattering best in this ode to a more conscious world. Her vocal crescendo simmers into a riveting jazz-funk duet between her wurlitzer piano and Baba Ndjhoni’s electric mandolin, culminating in an anthemic finale of all-out rock 'n' roll bliss.


Father can you help me I don't seem to understand.
I've seen too many people laying claim to mother's land.
What you've got to analyze are the signs in their eyes.
Sisters come on down and show the world where love has gone.
The part of you in everyone so afraid to be strong.
What you've got to show the man is your will to stand.
People can you hear the rumors flying through the air?
The kings of greed have left the ship and forgot to pay their share.
What we've got to do is fight for our souls to unite.
Silence has been the state of love for at least ten thousand years,
while rules and laws were made by those in the valley of our fears.
What we've got is me and you to break on through.


from Cobblestone Below My Feet (and other tales of devils and onions), released November 4, 2006
music & words by sven eberlein
brewed by chemystry set




Chemystry Set San Francisco, California

Musicianship tight as an atom, music wild and roaming as the imagination of the unknown. It’s like everything and nothing I’ve ever heard, a screaming reminder that rock is rebellion and must be reinvented each time it’s played, or else it’s just pop.

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