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Home for Orphans

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Find Me Now
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If You Can't Give Me Everything
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Funny Thing
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Medication Blues #1
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Carol
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What Could I Do?
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If Christmas Can't Bring You Home
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Pretty Girl
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Without You
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Don't Send Me No Flowers , I Ain't Dead Yet
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 28:27

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Wondering Sound

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04.22.11
Reigning Sound, Home for Orphans
Label: Sympathy for the Record Industry / The Orchard

Anyone familiar with Greg Cartwright's other work (the Oblivians, '68 Comeback) may be taken aback by the relatively dulcet vibe of Home For Orphans, which seems to take its cue from the title of the Reigning Sound's previous album Too Much Guitar. These tales of love and loss are a softer affair, a nice change-up from the raw power of the past. The opener "Find Me Now," with its swirling-organ foundation, is… read more »

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