Fat Sow | The Feeling Of Way Back When

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The Feeling Of Way Back When

by Fat Sow

Early Bob dylan with blues harp, Beatles with a country twang and a guitar sound like Buffalo Springfield meets George Harrison.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. Rejuvenate
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2. Bookstore Beauty
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3. Ballad of Fat Sow
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4. Not Afraid to Show It
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5. Merchants of War
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6. Wouldn't Let Go
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7. Back in the Daze of Richard Nixon
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8. Tradin' Places
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9. Gettin' Old
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Credited with bringing the "Country Rock" sound to the Oklahoma City area and with vocals like Crosby Stills and Nash, Fat Sow was popular from Oklahoma to Colorado.Their new CD "The Feeling of Way Back When" is an eclectic collection of nine originals which captures their sixties sounds with a blend of Bob Dylan and Buffalo Springfield, with a little bit of country twang thrown in.
Formed in 1968 by three musicians from Oklahoma City, Keith Brewer ,younger brother of Michael Brewer(Brewer and Shipley), Terry Dearmore, who later wrote for and recorded three albums with the Nashville group "Barefoot Jerry" in the 1970's and Philip Reimer a singer/songwriter who recorded in Nashville. The group disbanded in 1970 but reformed in 2003 by special request and has been recording and performing for their long time fans ever since.

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'Salamander Man'

A REMINDER and MAGNIFICATION of the soul.
Simply put, this album is the culmination of a lifetime's accumulation; this is the stuff picked up along the way, the stuff that hitched a ride on the soul. This is a dusting off of the soul and an examination of the duster.
This album... this work of art... is another amazing glimpse of what Fat Sow is truly capable of.
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