Dalton Grant | Rockola Pistola

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Rockola Pistola

by Dalton Grant

A classic sounding rock record. Recorded by the legendary Don Smitt, this album has a timeless feel. Co-written and produced by Marvin Etzioni (Counting Crows, Lucinda Williams) the songs and feel of this record are truly unique.
Genre: Rock: American Trad Rock
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1. The Libertine
3:17 album only
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2. What We Done
4:37 album only
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3. Crumble Avalon
3:10 album only
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4. The Dogs, The Dust, and Conspiracy
6:43 album only
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5. Little Decisions
6:08 album only
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6. Are You Here Now?
3:59 album only
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7. A Little Bit of Light
4:47 album only
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8. Wrong All Along
5:25 album only
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9. Burning Ship
9:43 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This new body of work stands in stark contrast to the polished pop sound of Dalton's previous albums as it delivers a raw energy that can only be captured in a live performance.

After complaining about how he needed to work with a producer who thought "outside the box" and someone who "got" him, Dalton met Marvin Etzioni, (Toad the Wet Sprocket, Counting Crows, Lucinda Williams...). They wrote the first song together within an hour of meeting each other, and about a year later were ready to record the entire album.

Dalton, Marvin, and the band that would come to be known as "Pecos" then went into an Eagle Rock, Ca. studio with mix engineer Don Smith (The Rolling Stones, U2, Tom Petty...) Two and a half days later they came out of the studio with this record.

"Rockola Pistola" definitely has a powerful sound that is both captivating and unrefined.

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