David Allen Baker | Ten for the Road

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Ten for the Road

by David Allen Baker

Fantastic songs and great vocals are the hallmarks of this "very cool, southern leaning" pop record.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. If I Knew What Lay Ahead
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2. Windows Of The World
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3. Hurry Sunday
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4. Los Angeles
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5. Spectator Slowdown
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6. Mile Marker 38
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7. Northwest Corner Of Nowhere
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8. When
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9. Best Made Plans
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10. Lone Crow
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Singer/Songwriter David Allen Baker hails from Dallas, Texas but now calls southern California home. In a varied and eclectic career he has done it all; from touring in club bands to writing songs for Sony Music Publishing to performing around the world with the re-formed Mamas and the Papas under the direction of the late "Papa" John Phillips, Baker has been living his dream of "making music and touching hearts." Now the next step has been taken with the release of his first full-length solo record, "Ten For The Road" on Baker's own Dream Network Records.

Full of great songs that tell of people traveling to new lives, waiting for change to come, and embracing the unexpected, the record is the perfect travel companion for anyone's journey down the road of life. The music is a blend of southern leaning pop and rock with rich vocals and arrangements, guided beautifully by co-producer Rick Cowling, Jr. Kim Gold of the San Francisco Herald (March, 2002 issue) writes, "...songs like 'If I Knew What Lay Ahead,' 'Mile Marker 38', 'Hurry Sunday' and 'Best Made Plans' are hits waiting to be heard". In the coming months, look for several songs from "Ten For The Road" to be included in entertainment programming on major U.S. airlines.

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Janelle Sadler

Five stars for the road!
If you like rootsy rock and great storytelling, this album has it!
"Los Angeles" and "Hurry Sunday" will always be two of my favorite tunes, but "Lone Crow" never ceases to pull me in.
The production is a lean,clean, fightin' machine and never gets in the way of David's warm, yet powerful voice.
Don't miss this one.
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Eugene W. Hairston

Crisp, Clean and Clear Vocals ! Really Crisp Music Production!
Crisp,Clean and Clear Vocals.Really Crisp Music Production.
David Allen Baker has lots of chops and lots of influences in his music.
Everytime I listen to this CD I hear shades of Tony Joe White,J.J. Cale,John Fogerty and Neil Young(Sings a whole lot better than Neil)!!
Really well written tunes!! Great Storyteller!!
When is your next CD coming out David? Great Stuff!!
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