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Empty Rooms

by Saving Damsels

Smooth, soulful, rock vocals splashed with a dash of old school country twang and a twist of rocking jam band leads.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. You Don't
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2. River
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3. Dance
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4. Feel You Sing
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5. Indian Girl
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6. Reservation Boy
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7. Kiley's Song
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8. Here I Go
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9. Radio Wars
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10. Drunk Dirty
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11. Did You Know
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12. Take Me Away
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Our much anticipated first CD release has been 4 years in the making. Actually more like a year to record and 3 years to figure out what to do with it. This inaugural effort was fueled by JJ Otero's (lead singer, rhythm guitar) trying times after a split with his girlfriend of 8 years.

One man, one guitar is how Saving Damsels got its quiet start in the spring of 2005. The backdrop is your typical country song where the man has done some good woman wrong and now all he’s left with is his guitar. Sitting on the doorsteps of his vacant home, he starts penning the poignant story without any real reason but to numb the time he has on earth. He scribes song after song laden heavy with the sadness that only exists in utter loneliness. But with musical expression came relief and a renewed hope in life.

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