Bob Frank | Love Is Hard to Find

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Love Is Hard to Find

by Bob Frank

"The best songwriter you never heard," singing nine of the best songs you never heard, with strong productions and premier musicians, all about love — the bliss, the pain, the heart and the soul.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Brinkley, Arkansas (feat. John Murry & The Lansky Bros.)
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2. Night Train (feat. John Murry & The Lansky Bros.)
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3. Long Time Gone (feat. John Murry & The Lansky Bros.)
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4. Love Is Hard to Find (feat. John Murry & The Lansky Bros.)
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5. Midnight in Memphis (feat. John Murry & The Lansky Bros.)
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6. No Reason to Cry (feat. John Murry & The Lansky Bros.)
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7. Selfish Love (feat. John Murry & The Lansky Bros.)
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8. Dream Girl (feat. John Murry & The Lansky Bros.)
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9. Just to Be with You (feat. John Murry & The Lansky Bros.)
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Bob Frank, the guy who sang that song about Judas Iscariot back in 1972, on a Vanguard album that became a cult classic (re-released on Light in the Attic in 2014), is playing a Telecaster and singing nine love songs on here that will make you forget your own name. Produced by John Murry (A Short History of Decay) and Tim Mooney (Great American Music Club) in San Francisco, with some of the best musicians in the Bay Area, this is a great collection of timeless music that will never grow old. The rich, lustrous production will hypnotize you with its Deep South ambience. You'll see the moss hanging from the live oaks down in Mississippi. You'll see her eyes, her lips, her thighs, her hips.... No, you won't see all that, but you will definitely be transported to the gates of heaven. Or, at least to a train station on a dark rainy night. Standing there alone on the platform, knowing she just left on the night train....

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