Good Deed in a Weary World
Pc munoz and the amen corner's CMJ-charting 'a good deed in a weary world' was released in 2002 on Beevine Records, and featured live favorites such as 'high minded man', 'skin city', and 'miss you so much'. The album also features some unexpected guests, such as Danongan Kalanduyan, the Bay Area-based master of Kulintang (Filipino Gamelan) on 'legacy', and multimedia artist Carolyn Fok, who lends her sound design magic to the short poetry piece 'blood.' Reviews for 'a good deed in a weary world': 'Pop music is rarely this sexy and socially conscious.' YOLK Magazine 'Uplifting and thought-provoking.' Musesmuse.com 'pc has created an original sound unlike anything I have heard before. Fusing socially conscious rap, R&B, funk, and gospel textures, he has taken music to a new level of enjoyment.' Dr. Fink Prince and the Revolution keyboardist '...spoken word, funk, gospel, and experimental electronics that gets your head bobbin' to the beat and nodding thoughtfully to the lyrics too.' BustedHalo.com 'No doubt about it, pc muñoz is working a Prince vibe, one which combines the Purple One's newfound spirituality with the pop-sheen funk that made Prince popular in the first place.' Splendid Ezine.