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Dust for Prints

by Dr. Hoss

"A wormhole to the 70's courtesy of composer, singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Evan Hause (AKA Dr. Hoss) who has put together a solo rock double vinyl masterpiece." (Wahoo)
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Keepsake Mill
3:14 $0.89
2. Around Your Tongue
3:33 $0.89
3. Flicker
3:03 $0.89
4. Easy
3:55 $0.89
5. Straw House
5:01 $0.89
6. Bachelor
3:19 $0.89
7. Honor Among Thieves
5:26 $0.89
8. Wooden House
10:08 $0.99
9. Wing and Wing
2:44 $0.59
10. 5 Days and 17 Nights
4:52 $0.89
11. Cakes With Tunnels (And Other Common Baking Problems)
4:58 $0.79
12. Okie Dokie
2:45 $0.89
13. The Two of Us
4:50 $0.69
14. Now You've Got a Gun
3:37 $0.89
15. Brick House
10:29 $0.99
16. Seems to Be Clear
6:05 $0.89
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Album Notes
Modern rock of the highest order, co-mingling influences too numerous to count. Hause pivots easily between towering quasi-stadium rock, countrified ballads, cerebral soul tunes, and instrumental passages that evoke Brian Wilson or even Steely Dan, all seasoned with epic guitar licks and stellar musicianship.
-Dave Mandl (World of Echo, WFMU-New Jersey)

For those of us searching for that rarest of rarities, the true heartfelt American rock song that sounds like an absolute up-to-date heirloom, allow me to introduce Dr. Hoss, whose Dust For Prints LP exhibits a flair for 'classic' that couldn't be more modern. Entirely created and produced by Evan Hause - he plays everything on here and there's a lot on here - this is a cult pop gem in the making. Plus, dude plays a mean guitar.
-Dave Cantrell (Stereo Embers Magazine-Portland, Oregon)

Faster than a speeding bitrate! More powerful than loco motivator! Able to leap tall genre borders with a single bound! Listen — what's that coming out of those speakers!? It's a composer....it's a performer.......It's......Evan Hause — triple-threat composer/performer/singer who writes some of the most engaging [put genre rock, folk, classical, jazz here___________ ] music that has ever tickled your eardrums. Put some Hause in your house - you won't regret it.
-John Schneider (The Global Village, KPFK-Los Angeles)
Check out the "Three Little Pigs Trilogy" of songs: "Straw House," "Wooden House," and "Brick House." They are oddball, discreet short fables with the house as focal point, the latter two being the longest songs of the album, each over ten minutes in length. In "Straw House", the pigs' flimsy house is a metaphor for a marriage gone toxic. "Wooden House" depicts a stormy place where a group of outcasts apparently unite to gleefully tear the sucker down from the inside out. Don't miss the lengthy instrumental tail that follows the song proper, which calls to mind the Chris Squire solo album, "Fish Out of Water." "Brick House" describes a generation or two of a family living in a Southern home, and essentially spotlights the moral that no structure can withstand either time or the goings on behind its walls.



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