Mastication

by More Or Les

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about

After taking time off his own projects to team up with The Wordburglar on the super-sensational single and video Rhyme O’Clock, More Or Les is back with Mastication, a release of mouth-watering proportions. All about food and including several rapped recipes, this album features artists including Timbuktu, the afore-mentioned Wordburglar, Laura Barrett, and early 90’s rapid-fire Rap specialist Chip-Fu (of Fu-Schnickens fame).

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released 04 September 2012

All cuts by More Or Les

All songs produced by More Or Les except: Brunch Again - produced by Abstract Artform | Fast Food - produced by Peter Project | Big Sugar (Raw Mix) - produced by Bryn Griffiths | Top Chefs (Yammy), Date With Dinner, and Ice Cream In The Park remix - produced by Fresh Kils | Black Cake - produced by DJ Ailibi

Album Executive Producer: More Or Les | Associate Producer: Ted "Measuring Man" Onyszczak

All song written by More Or Les unless otherwise noted.
© ℗ Leslie Seaforth, 2012.

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Track Name: Chili
Lyrics by More Or Les
Leslie Seaforth (SOCAN)

The episode begins as I walk out my crib,
and reach in my pocket - yo, there's my list. It's
two green peppers, one can of chickpeas,
small can of corn nibblets, a can of kidney beans -

preferably red. As for the rest, a large carrot,
a large yellow onion and mush rooms in two packets,
Veggie Ground Round, cooking oil, cooking sherry,
hot sauce, cayenne pepper, curry powder. Now I’m ready

to chop some veggies - get them all diced up. Get the
pot on medium on the stove heating. Then
add oil and sherry - a tablespoon each, then I can
add carrots and onions, and stir ‘til they reach

translucency. Yo, that means light can pass through them.
Next is the veggie ground round. I keep it moving
so it won't stick or burn - I just want it hot.
Once I got that sorted, pour water into the pot –

half cup. Then add those veggies I chopped up,
add stuff from the cans, but man, it's not done.
Drop some of the spices in it. How much is up to me.
My advice in this is, "hot enough it's stuck with me

for a few minutes after I've eaten. That stuff needs heating
for fifty minutes. And that's what a decent
pot of vegan chili is. Have it wit' bread or rice,
Let it sit in the fridge two days later? twice as nice.
And yo,

REFRAIN:
What I’ve got is gonna’ last, 'cause it's a big pot of chili!
What I’ve got is gonna’ last about a week or two - you with me?
What I’ve got is gonna’ last in the freezer or the fridge.
Good vegan chili that'll stick to your ribs.
Good in the winter if you live in cold digs. Y’dig?

REFRAIN repeats.

© 2012, Leslie Seaforth.