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Small Town Heroes

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01
Blue Ridge Mountain
2:34  
02
Crash on the Highway
2:46  
03
Good Time Blues (An Outlaw's Lament)
5:17  
04
End of the Line
3:39  
05
The New SF Bay Blues
4:01  
06
The Body Electric
2:50  
07
No One Else
3:18  
08
St. Roch Blues
5:09  
09
Levon's Dream
3:50  
10
I Know It's Wrong (But That's Alright)
2:58  
11
Small Town Heroes
4:29  
12
Forever Is Just a Day
3:19  
Album Information
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 44:10

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the dusty road

Verdunguy

Early in their career, this band came up with Youing Blood Blues, a true classic album. Since then, they have wandered into predictable country. There have been few signs of the weary swing and the 'sunny morning after an intense night' drifting brilliance of their early work. They seem to have found the turn off for that quriky dusty road on this one, and it's nice to hear them working out their own sound again. I've been buying everything they released in the hopes they'd find their stride, and it looks like they may have. This one is worth the download.

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