Soul Satyr | Everything Looks Different at 4AM

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Everything Looks Different at 4AM

by Soul Satyr

If you like the blues, horns and the sound of Tower of Power, Eric Clapton and some of the southern soul of the Allman Brothers, this one’s for you. - Dan Allen, Danny’s Den
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Morning Pain
4:50 album only
2. The Way I Used to Feel
3:25 album only
3. Make Up My Mind
3:30 album only
4. I'm Cryin' (Sonja's Blues)
4:40 album only
5. A Girl Like You
3:29 album only
6. No Sleepin'est Woman
3:37 album only
7. All Out of Time
5:25 album only
8. It's Just You and Me
4:40 album only
9. Amazin' Graze
0:52 album only
10. Goodbye Party
4:10 album only
11. You Ain't Goin' Nowhere
5:08 album only
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Album Notes
Soul Satyr is a collection of some of the best musicians in Central Ohio and they put on a show like no other. This eight piece band belts out great originals and covers with the Soul Satyr Horns, Hammond B-3, 2-man rhythm section, bass, and Johnny Mack on guitar and vocals. The arrangements are crisp and professional, the song selections are crowd pleasers, and the band is always on their game. From song #1, the band lights up the room and ends with the crowd dancing and begging for more. Make time to go see or book this band - you won’t be disappointed.
Bob Thomas
The Gahanna Creekside Blues and Jazz Festival



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