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Dave Elder & the Elderadoes | Country Drivin'

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Country Drivin'

by Dave Elder & the Elderadoes

In the singer/songwriter mode, with a touch of Grateful Dead influence for seasoning, a dash of Neil Young simplicity to taste, some electric blues slide for body and a sprinkling of country for sweetening.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Gospel
2:33 album only
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2. Rusty Chains
3:09 album only
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3. Who Shot Handsome Johnny?
2:48 album only
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4. Soundings
3:10 album only
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5. Colors of Yours
2:53 album only
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6. Just Lookin'
3:06 album only
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7. Hell's Kitchen
3:58 album only
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8. Texas Rain
3:26 album only
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9. Soundings Further Out
1:03 album only
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10. Bad Luck and Trouble
4:37 album only
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11. Thanks a Lot
2:14 album only
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12. As Long as Merle Is Still Haggard
3:09 album only
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13. Drivin' in My Sleep Again
2:13 album only
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14. Fishin'
2:58 album only
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15. Could Have Been There
2:52 album only
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16. Black Snake in the Water
2:00 album only
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17. Just a Stone
2:54 album only
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Album Notes
Hop in and go “Country Drivin’” with Dave Elder, where even the “Texas Rain” feels good, although the heat in “Hell’s Kitchen” might make you sweat, but any “Bad Luck and Trouble” coming your way will soon be shrinking in the rear-view mirror. Dave’s light-hearted uptempo 1995 release can take you “Fishin’” and make you wish you “Could Have Been There” when he admits to “Drivin’ in My Sleep Again” a time or 2. Elder’s unusual and unique slide guitar technique, which shows up on a few of these tracks, might also take you some places you haven’t been before, so if you’d like to check out some noteworthy rock, folk, blues and country scenery, give it a spin and you’ll probably enjoy the ride.

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