Bob Hausler | Family, Friends, and the Good Life

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Family, Friends, and the Good Life

by Bob Hausler

A small collection of songs that mostly deal with everyday life. Acoustic based. Some will make you laugh, other will make you cry, but all will live you touched.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. American Pride
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2. Ain't Hit the Bottom
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3. 50,000 Names
4:10 $0.99
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4. '57 Ford
2:29 $0.99
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5. Don't Cry
3:16 $0.99
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6. Where'd They Go.
3:08 $0.99
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7. Chamberlin's
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8. Onion Land
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9. This Day
3:57 $0.99
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10. The Day the Bearded Lady Died
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A small collection of acoustic based songs. Mostly raw unedited takes. The 3 more polished tracks; Onion Land, Don't Cry, and 50,000 Names were recorded in Nashville with my friend Tim Thompson producing. The rest were recorded in my home studio where I had to play all different tracks, except for Ain't Hit the Bottom and '57 Ford where the late great Bob Grundner plays drums.

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Jessica

Love
This c.d. is full of passion and life lessons. Thank-you Bob for sharing a part of you with the rest of us.
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Beth Hausler

Family Friends and the Good Life
Bob puts his heart into the music. He sings with feeling and emotions. He makes you feel what the song is about. He has energy packed into his songs. You get that swampy feeling listening to Onion Land. The love you feel or felt on your wedding day as you listen to This Day. He brings the memories of your child growing up as you listen to Where'd They Go. He goes to the heart of the matter.
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Charles Kronenburg

Heartfelt and straightforward songwriting
An enjoyable mix of humor and pathos, with lyrics that are engaging but also clear and earnest. Salt-of-the-earth music that speaks to those who prefer substance over flash. The artist obviously draws from a well of his own personal experience and that comes through in spades.
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