Frank Migliorelli and the Dirt Nappers | City Eastern Serenade

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City Eastern Serenade

by Frank Migliorelli and the Dirt Nappers

“.....a sturdy hunk of vintage coolness...spirited rock & roll musical style!”-Eight original tunes from a solid roots-rocking-Americana-singer-songwriting band with some heartbreaking, floor-shaking and guitars twanging tunes. Turn it up loud.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. When We Reach the Other Side
3:52 $0.99
2. She Doesn't Know
3:31 $0.99
3. Down in Flames
4:09 $0.99
4. Tryin' Such a Long Long Time
3:25 $0.99
5. And It Feels Like Chains
3:42 $0.99
6. In Her Rearview Mirror
3:48 $0.99
7. If There's Nothing Left
3:33 $0.99
8. Tied to the Tracks of Your Love
3:28 $0.99
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Frank Migliorelli and The Dirt Nappers just want to play honest rock and roll tunes.

"City Eastern Serenade" features eight original tunes, ranging from straight ahead rock and roll, to cry in your beer twanglers, to a few soulful nods . After years of stop and start bands, Frank Migliorelli, The Dirt Napper's songwriter, has pulled together the band he's always wanted. The musicians who got together to record "City Eastern Serenade" list credits with everyone from the Rolling Stones, the Asbury Jukes, Shameeka Copeland, Buddy Rich, and more.

A note about the album title-
"I have to confess, I stole the name of the album from Sterling McGee, (aka Mr. Satan- check out " said Migliorelli. "Mr. McGee was playing at a festival and someone asked him what kind of music he played- he replied, “Some people have labels for music, like “soul” “blues” “rock and roll” “jazz” “country western”- we like to call our music “City Eastern”- I always loved that phrase, and thought it captured the spirit of this Dirt Nappers record somewhat- a mishmash of a few musical styles. I grew up listening to such a variety of music, so it only makes sense twist that phrase into an album title for a collection of tunes that has cry-in-your beer steel guitars, Memphis-influence saxaphones, a few ripping guitar solos, and some soulful background singers."



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