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Doug McGinnis | River Stones

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River Stones

by Doug McGinnis

Folky rocky country, country rocky folky with a touch of blues and pop thrown in. In short it's American music. In terms of the way it feels, there are no high school ga ga love songs here. These tunes come from a few decades of living on planet earth.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. The Stars Of Wyoming
4:27 album only
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2. Mountain Girl
4:48 album only
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3. Rock Bottom Blues
3:24 album only
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4. River Stones
4:01 album only
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5. The All Time Lonely Boy
7:20 album only
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6. Give Me The Keys
3:24 album only
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7. Pain By Another Name
3:59 album only
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8. I Stood Trial
4:53 album only
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9. Long Gone By Now
3:46 album only
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10. One In A Thousand Fools
8:16 album only
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11. You Don\'t Even Know I\'m Alive
3:36 album only
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12. One Very Ordinary Day
4:13 album only
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13. In My Book
5:22 album only
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14. My Santa Fe
4:02 album only
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15. Warehouse Blues
4:17 album only
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16. This Song By Heart
4:47 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Born in Colorado, raised in Texas, I like all kinds of music with possible exception to opera. Grew up in the sixties so you know the usual major influences apply. Butch Hancock from The Flatlanders is an influence, as
well as bluegrass, country, what I call honky rock, and of course Dylan as
well as all the great British groups. This project has a kind of lonely feel to it,
but other words could be applied as well such as funky, sparse, and sincere.

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