The Hideaways | The Lost Tapes, Vol. 1

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The Lost Tapes, Vol. 1

by The Hideaways

Once upon a time, on a late September evening in 2006, 4 guys calling themselves The Hideaways, walked in EKO Studio in Deer Park, NY and created this 2-Track live-in-studio recording that features elements of blues, R&B, Country, Rockabilly, and jazz.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. Let's Have a Natural Ball
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2. Farmer John
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3. Lonely Avenue
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4. Little by Little
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5. Bye Bye, Johnny
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6. I Got Love If You Want It
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7. Oh, Lonesome Me
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8. Pink Champagne
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9. Honey Boy
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10. I'm Still in Love with You
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Once upon a time, on a late September evening in 2006, 4 guys calling themselves The Hideaways, walked in EKO Studio in Deer Park, NY and created this 2-Track live-in-studio album recording called The Lost Tracks Vol. 1. Although they are primarily a blues band, The Hideaways acknowledge the Blues artists they love, while also allowing elements of old R&B, country, rockabilly, and jazz to infiltrate their sound; all while delivering a rapid-fire live set that is influenced by the performance styles of the Ramones and the Clash. It's all connected; at least in their minds. When it comes time to play, The Hideaways show up as themselves; they play what they like and they "do the thing", without trying to "be the thing".

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