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The Pengwins | Box Set, Vol. 4

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Box Set, Vol. 4

by The Pengwins

Legendary Rock & Roll from Texas Favorites present Vol 4 in the series
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Go Away
2:34 $1.69
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2. Just a Dream
3:26 $1.69
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3. Go Away (Nervous Mix)
2:53 $1.69
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4. Ladybug
3:56 $1.69
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Album Notes
Mightily influenced by their brethren across the pond, The Pengwins became high octane British and glam rock ambassadors to their fellow Texans. The band honed their chops on the Southwest bar circuit and later took their brand of British rock n' roll with power pop sensibilities on semi-annual jaunts out to the Right Coast. In their initial 15 year career, they garnered significant attention from such seminal music icons as Rick Derringer and Jim Dickinson (famed producer of Big Star and The Replacements), both of whom produced later recording sessions for The 'Gwins. The band re-formed in 2004 and have been recording and playing select venues since that time. Vol. 4 is the fourth installment of sixteen singles featuring a brand new A side from the once and future Pengwins and a B side(or more) of original re-mastered recordings from Pengwins incarnations past. Each singleis released as both a CD single and in it's own deluxe box set which includes a vinyl 45 rpm single and other fun stuff. "Go Away" was played live often back in the day but not recorded until the new millennium at Abbey Roads Studios. The song arrangement and vocal delivery is definitely inspired by Elvis Costello's "This Year's Model" but made totally Pengwin by Alan's lead guitar and the boys' harmonies on the choruses.

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