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Whatever Happened to Bobby Cincinnati

by Bob Hate

Songs about meager love and driving.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Big Tiny
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2. Eddy + Cindy
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3. Any Good
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4. About the Moon
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5. Gas Giants
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6. Ghost Satellite
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7. Make It Up
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8. Man in the Shadow
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9. No Man's Friend
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10. Nowhere
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11. Play It Cool
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12. Seconds
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13. Tina
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14. Every Bad Dream
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15. Got a Gun
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16. Janie (When It Rains)
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17. King of Nothing
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18. Lubbock
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19. Pontiac
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20. Ruby
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21. Midnight at the Blue Hotel
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22. Ghost
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Songs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 & 22 © Bob Hate
Songs 6, 7, 11, 13, 20 & 21 © Chet Hix and Bob Hate.
Song 12 © Stephen Thomas and Bob Hate

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This farewell album captures some of the final recordings and remixes of Americana giant Bob Hate. He was born William Robert Simmons in 1958 in Bossier City, Louisiana. As a teenager he started writing and performing throughout the Southwest with Grand Theft Otto. He settled in Texas in the 1980s, and fronted Blue Hotel and then the Eddy Band for more than a dozen years. In his late 40s he unexpectedly reunited with longtime bandmates for some contentious sessions that resulted in a number of poorly received solo and band recordings. He died in 2014, and then again 2 years later.

Special thanks to Chet Hix and Stephen Thomas on the co-writes.

Thanks to Pete Young, Buck Rudo, Phil Ockelford, Gary Lee, and Toby Wilson for instrumental flourishes.

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