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Strange Things Happen

by Downtown and the Feelers

One of Northern California's most rocking blues bands. You'll find just about every flavor of blues on this CD from the mouth of the Mississippi to the Carribean Islands.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. I Don't Know Yet
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2. Be My Next Baby
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3. Mo' Fo' Sho'
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4. Bad Morning Blues
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5. Now She Is Gone
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6. Mannequin
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7. Blue Roads
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8. Love Is War
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9. You Will Be Mine
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10. What Did You?
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11. On the Inside
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12. Job Security for the Chp
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13. What's Going On?
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14. When Strange Things Happen
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15. Pay the Man
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Downtown and the Feelers assembled in 2003 by four guys who were playing together in a cover band but wanted to play all original music. Since then the band has put together an impressive list of original music, which have been influenced by rockabilly, traditional rock and blues. They write about life, old relationships, new relationships, and about love in different circumstances. The band has been performing between Sacramento and Redding for the past 5 years, where they play new songs with a familiar groove.

Downtown Ricky Brown, although hearing impaired, plays a dynamic and soulful lead guitar. Blueroad Bob does most of the writing and vocals and plays a mean rhythm guitar. Killaking Curtiss Johnson plays bass for the band but is an accomplished drummer and guitar player as well. He sold his cow to buy his first guitar. Tim “The Pocket” Marcum, the drummer, has been banging away since he was nine, when he set on a gig featuring Wanda Jackson, one of the Queens of Rockabilly, at Panther Hall in Ft Worth, Texas.

The band has a web page at www.downtownandthefeelers.com. They are also featured at www.numberonemusic.com/downtownandthefeelers where their song “In God We Trust” held the number one position for six weeks in the Blues genre. The band has finished production of a new CD, Strange Things Happen, to be released late 2008.

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Chrissie

Strange Things Happen
I really enjoy the harmonies on Stange things and Mo Fo Sho is great dance tune...fun!
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Mary

Strange Things Happen
Great CD. Really enjoyed all the original music. And that lead singer is awesome!
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