Bob Bunce | Come On In

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Come On In

by Bob Bunce

Bob's "New Century Folk", is a shot of country and blues, with a folksum chaser.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Hurtin'
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2. Come On In
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3. Just One of Those Things
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4. Ain't Got the Means
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5. Workin' On a Dream
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6. Less Than Zero
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7. Zero X 2
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8. Makin' It
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9. Old Friend
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10. When the Water Ain't Water
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11. Can't Win for Losin'
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12. Interlude #2
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13. Last Writes
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14. Goin' Nowhere
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The theme is that of life's ups and downs. Hard times mixed with those of a peaceful love. Bob embraces the New Century Folk genre with his release of "Come On In", a collection of 14 new Americana tracks. From the opening low-fi moments of the bottleneck blues based "Hurtin", to the jazz rhythm of the politically charged anthem "When the Water Ain't Water", he sings of hope with "Come On In', "Workin' On A Dream" and "Makin' It" and then on to the reality of nowhere to turn , with "Can't Win For Losin" (featuring blues guitarist Sunny Paul) and "Ain't Got the Means" (with pedal steel work by Jimmy "Steel" Duvall). Bob's guitar and vocals are also supported by multi instrumentalist Joe Dady, adding his mandolin, fiddle and harmonica to ten of the albums tracks. Session drummer Matt Rammerman's percussion moves the groove on each song and is matched with a variety of bass players, including Gary Holt and Skip Bunce.

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