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Bedrock (The Band In the Sand) | Recovery

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by Bedrock (The Band In the Sand)

The band's first release (2001) of their version of Desert Rock. A fun mix of pop, rock, blue and folk influences. The opening track, Rock 'n Roll Man, a nostalgia-laden song name-checking yesterday's heroes sets the mood for the album.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Rock 'n Roll Man
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2. Take A Look
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3. The Loser
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4. Cold T
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5. Shadows In Your Eyes
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6. Saturday Night
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7. Bronto Saw Us
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8. Ode To DStv
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9. Vision
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10. Freedom
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11. I Don't Care
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12. I Wanna Be
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13. Man Who Needs A Woman
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14. Babbelas Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This, the first of Bedrock's trilogy of albums of original material released to date, made an immediate impact locally due to the cleverness of the opening track, Rock 'n Roll Man, essentially a tribute to many of rock and pop's heroes of the 60's and 70's. The songs are a fun mix of influences, with plenty of understated humour, drawing on the characters, events and lifestyle experienced when living in a small, isolated hamlet in the Namibian desert.

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