Bruce Rits Gilbert | Ask No Questions, Hear No Lies

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Ask No Questions, Hear No Lies

by Bruce Rits Gilbert

Produced by Grammy-nominated producer, Glenn Ferracone, this brilliant new EP includes five, new originals, along with two iconic cover songs. Bruce's supporting cast includes Matt Lyons (lead guitar), Brian Kelly (bass) and Kevin Haindle (drums).
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ask No Questions, Hear No Lies
4:02 $1.00
2. Drivin' to the City
2:41 $1.00
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3. How Lucky
3:11 $1.00
4. Little Baby Jane
3:17 $1.00
5. Little Calder Boy
3:25 $1.00
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6. Blue Suede Shoes
2:11 $1.00
7. When You No Longer Cry
4:01 $1.00
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bruce Rits Gilbert's new EP, "Ask No Questions, Hear No Lies," was recorded at the Music Centre in Chester Springs, PA. Produced by Grammy-nominated producer, Glenn Ferracone, the album includes five originals, along with two cover songs.

Along with Bruce's vocals, rhythm guitar and harmonica, the album features Matt Lyons on lead guitar, Brian Kelly on bass guitar, and Kevin Haindl on drums.

The album opens with the title track, "Ask No Questions, Hear No Lies," which is a song of our uncertain and untrusting political times. The EP's other originals include "Drivin' To The City," a full out bluesy rocker; "Little Baby Jane" and "Little Calder Boy," two sweet tributes to Bruce's young grandkids; and "When You No Longer Cry," the album's closing track about the years going by.

The two covers are John Prine's "How Lucky," which is one of the prettiest and most under-appreciated John Prine songs, and Carl Perkins' iconic "Blue Suede Shoes."

In other words, the album is 22 minutes and 54 seconds of awesomeness.

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