Dane Clark | Sad Goodbye to Mr. Sunshine

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Sad Goodbye to Mr. Sunshine

by Dane Clark

Dane Clark has crafted a collection of brilliance and honesty, a wonderful mixture of astute human observation, music that is moving, melodic and edgy, with the kind of intelligence, humor and humility that can only come from seeing life from many angles.
Genre: Country: Contemporary Country
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1. What's It Like to Be You
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2. Suburbia
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3. Be My Sattelite
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4. Bleeding On the Inside
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5. Forgotten Love
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6. The World Keeps Turnin' 'Round
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7. Cold Forbidden Heart
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8. Fly Like Icarus
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9. The Great Divide
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10. Separate Fires
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11. The Human Condition
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12. Hello, Mr. Rain
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Produced by Dane Clark; Mixed and mastered by Ray Kennedy; Executive Producer, John Vickery

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Jimmy B

Midwest Musician
So glad to see someone like Dane Clark come out of the Midwest! Loving what he is bringing to the table with this country-rock album!
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Chad

Great Dane Clark
I highly reccommend getting involved in Dane's music. This album shows that he is a world class musician, very comparable to Springsteen, Bob Dylan and even John Hiatt.
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