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Chillax

by Bob Schiele

Take a journey to where Elvis Presley and Jimmy Buffett meet with a little blues and reggae spice mixed in. The music takes a trip to some relaxing places through the eyes of a visitor.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Key West State of Mind
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2. I Got Nothing
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3. Islamorada
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4. I Found You
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5. Chillax
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6. The Tabloid Song
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7. French Polynesia
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8. Running to Slow Down
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9. When Strangers Come to Call
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10. Maybe Maybe Maybe
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11. Paradise Is You
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12. There Ain't Nothing Like a Beer (Recorded Live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Singer/Songwriter Bob Schiele has been singing and playing live music for many years throughout Western NY and the Northeast. Even though this collection of songs has a "trop rock" feel to it, many of his influences can be heard including rock n' roll, blues, folk rock, country, as well as a good love ballad. His writing style can take you to a tropical island that he has traveled to as well as take you to the past. He has assembled a great collection of musicians to put his point across. The title of the album is "Chillax" which is a term he heard from Ziggy Marley. Because much of the music involves chilling out and relaxing, it was an obvious choice. So sit back and "Chillax".

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