The Ribeye Brothers | If I Had a Horse...

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If I Had a Horse...

by The Ribeye Brothers

Think Dick Dale meets Hank Willliams meets The Ramones. Rowdy drinking songs. You can almost hear the chicken-wire in front of the stage.
Genre: Rock: Surf Rock
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1. If I Had a Horse. . .
5:32 album only
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2. Mister Ray Charles
4:00 album only
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3. Bootful of Piss
4:32 album only
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4. D.W.I.
4:11 album only
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5. How Does it Feel
5:01 album only
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6. Drinkin' and Stinkin'
6:31 album only
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7. Last Place Champs
4:15 album only
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8. Mr. Ray Charles
5:37 album only
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9. Steakhat
4:14 album only
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10. Swagger turns to Stagger
4:49 album only
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11. Don't Pass Me By
5:57 album only
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12. Love Theme
3:46 album only

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Think Dick Dale meets Hank Willliams meets The Ramones. That's The Ribeye Brothers.

Formed in 1997, The Ribeye Brothers features Jon Kleiman (Drummer) and Tim Cronin (Original Vocalist) of Monster Magnet.

The Ribeye Brothers have put together a future cult classic album.

"If I Had a Horse..." is a collection of rowdy drinking songs that blend unlikely musical styles.

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Reverb Central

Country rock messed with so you can love it.
In the same way that the Farlowe Brothers or Jon Wayne are cool, the Ribeye Brothers mess with country rock, demonstrating in the good way what Willie Nelson meant when he said "some call it country, but I call it bad rock 'n' roll." Oh yeah, there's a decent instro here too.
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