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country folk rock with an outlaw hippie attitude. JOHNNY CASH ON ACID.
Genre: Rock: Boogie Rock
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1. Sundowner
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2. Crazy On Lazy Days
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3. Buzzard Brain Boogie
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4. Boogie in the Madhouse
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5. Detonator Blues
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6. One Foot in the Grave
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7. Get Outta My Head
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8. Problem With the Bitches
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9. The Drunkards Way
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10. Sick of It All
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11. Bury the Stone
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12. Tear Apart This Town
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Once upon a time, there was a homeless man who lived in the park, drank beer, played guitar, and sang to the moon. Folks in the desert came to know this lonesome wolf as the Moondog...a tall, strange fellow who sat out on street corners singing his funny and outlandish songs to anybody who would lend an ear. His hunger for a bigger audience grew, so Moondog decided to clean up his act, put together a band and began playing at the local saloons.....And so was born the Dog of the Moon.

Dog of the Moon is the stage name of singer/songwriter Aaron Carl Swensen of Phoenix, Arizona. Inspired by the musical legends of Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan and Neil Young, Dog of the Moon specializes in his own cosmic blend of 'Country Folk Rock with an Outlaw Hippie Attitude'. His collection of original tunes range from slow, reflective ballads (Think I'll Lose My Mind, Dog on a Leash), to mid-tempo country ramblers(The Drunkard's Way, Crazy on Lazy Days), to heavy, outrageous rockers(Boogie in the Madhouse, Get Outta My Head). Upon hearing Dog of the Moon, one may recall a time long ago when life was simpler, people were friendlier, and the music was much more meaningful.


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john sirota

rock opera for drunks
This is a rock opera for drunks. I have never heard something so powerful.
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Corrin Green

Like nothing you've heard before - kinda.
This guy is authentic; and this isn't the last you'll here of him. I've been listening to it for a fucking week and I still can't get enough of it. That's so weird it's scary. Buy this CD!!! I'm not a pro reviewer, so I'll just write what I thnk. Aaron's lyrics make sense when you first listen to them, but even after ten listens, you're still figuring them out. And the whole time I'm fuckig wanting to dance to it. I really want to see him play out! I haven't heard anything like this before. Am I drunk? Yeah. Why?
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Paul Wade

Classic "fuck you" music
This music is mean, aggressive, and straight up psychotic all at once. If you don't believe me check out "Tear Apart This Town". This band needs proffesional counseling. The cool thing is I don't think they will.
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Chris Whitmear

Enough said
There's nothing to say about these guys except that they rock. I recorded them two years ago and they didn't sound half as good as they do now. I'm surprised to hear it. I also want to let them know that I'm sorry for not capturing them when they gave me a chance. Congrats
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professor badnote


really a great cd , very talented muscians. i should know, i play bass in the band....why havent you bought the fucking cd yet!!
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joe dawg

MR.
AWESOME "ERIN"' TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL.
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Boynton

Talent is there
Fun to listen too. More solos needed. The dog is a good guitar player, needs to show off his guitar skills alittle more. Band is tight, lyrics are a downer, but he has lived the life. Can't wait to hear more.
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Free Lance talent scout

Good Poetry....need key changes....drop twang first 3 tunes
Interesting dialog and background sounds throughout....creative.....first three numbers have forced western sounds in letter b, and saying ahh instead of I, which is not apparent in the rest of the cuts.....instumentation is a little monotonous from cut to cut and could benefit from key changes or solo licks.....additional instrument/s are needed, perhaps strings (guitar, harp, slide guitar, even chello)and/or keyboards such as organ..etc...slight changes could make CD appeal to broader market...it sometimes sounds like rough language is forced for effect and doesn't seem honest in places....Good first effort.
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vapor dugan

This cd rocks!!!
I didn't know what to expect from this, but when I took a listen I was absolutely blown away. This is one hell of a songwriter and a great album. I was pleasantly surprised, and decided to order more for my friends.
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stick

Smokin ! Cookin ! Kickin Ass ! Dog Rocks !
After seein Dog up at the Spirit Room we listened to the CD, a thick smoke filled the air. We passed the CD cover around and laughed ourselves crazy... We all could relate to these rockin drinkin smokin tunes. SEE THIS MAN LIVE !
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