Bill Danoff | Blasted in the Basement

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Blasted in the Basement

by Bill Danoff

"Afternoon Delight", "Country Roads" writer/singer offers new, old-school, impressionist, folk, pop, rock and roll, country, lyrical songs.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Bird on the Chimney
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2. My Own Train
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3. Dealer of Dreams
4:19 $0.99
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4. Been With You
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5. Blasted in the Basement
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6. Blind Travelers
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7. Goodbye,You
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8. Hearts are Only Human
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9. It's All Comin' Back
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10. Don't Look Down
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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“Afternoon Delight” and “Country Roads” songwriter; singer with Fat City, John Denver and the Starland Vocal Band,Bill Danoff offers new Americana folk, old rock and roll, pop, country, lyrical, hit sounding songs.

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Barbara Radcliffe

Blasted in the Basement
WOW, what a wonderful CD! It goes everywhere with me...at home, in the car, on the iPod. An eclectic mix of styles and voices. "It's All Comin' Back" features all four members of Starland Vocal Band. Produced by the illustrious Jon Carroll. Love it!
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jim clare

Blasted in the Basement
This album gives me a lovely sense of Bill returning to his roots in folk music. For me, Bill is the best contemporary lyricist we have, and it's so nice to hear his new material!
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