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Music City U.S.A. and Other Ghost Stories

by Million Sellers

High-energy, song-oriented, rootsy rock 'n' roll!
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Music City U.S.A.
2:20 album only
2. Dakota
3:18 album only
3. Shame
2:19 album only
4. Is It Cold in Here (Or Is It Just You?)
3:54 album only
5. Discarded
2:17 album only
6. Some Friendly Advice to a Fellow Collector
2:35 album only
7. Fair Admirer
4:56 album only
8. Hillbilly Bop Rhythm & Blues
3:18 album only
9. Booger Rag
1:55 album only
10. The Horse-Driven Ambulance
2:29 album only
11. Sarah Winchester
3:39 album only
12. White Sulphur Springs
1:55 album only
13. Drink Another Round
3:08 album only
14. Music City U.S.A. (Exit Stategy)
1:59 album only


Album Notes
This album - released on Valentine's Day 2012 - is a love letter to vintage Country Music . . . and a letter bomb to the current digital cowboys who have turned a great American art form into plastic product for the consumption of the spoon-fed masses. Attempting to prove that even an East Nashville garage rock combo could deliver an album truer to the spirit of classic C&W for $3000 than some piece of beefcake can for six figures, this LP jumps from subgenre to subgenre (Honky-Tonk Shuffles, Cowboy Ballads, Rockabilly, Cosmic American Music, even Delta Blues, Jazz, and an a cappella Child Ballad influenced number are on tap in the program), proving its point each time out. Basic tracks for five of the songs were recorded on 2" analog tape at RCA Victor Studio B (where Elvis, Roy Orbison, the Everly Brothers, and just about ANY C&W artist on RCA Victor in the 1960's recorded their classic works) and then finished at Fry Pharmacy, whereas the rest of the album was recorded at The Bomb Shelter in East Nashville by Andrija Tokic concurrent to his work on the Alabama Shakes' debut album.



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