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by Kenneth S. Tramm & The Maps

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Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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1. Anyway
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2. 16 Bad Pennies
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3. Ubrh #9
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4. Ode to Willy
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5. Freedom
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6. Buddy's El Camino
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7. Green Eyes
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8. Straight Edge
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9. You Ain't Right (But You Ain't Wrong)
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10. Amy
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11. Only Cure
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12. Dying Room
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13. Perky
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14. Jazzy Green Beans (Live1995)
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15. Crawl (Live 1995)
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16. Treat Her Right (Live 1995)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded in 1995, this album was cut essentially live in one weekend and mixed the following weekend. Kenneth S. Tramm and the Maps had begun as a creative outlet for a few Aggies in College Station in 1993. This album surprised the band as they soon had calls from radio stations across the US asking when they were going to come to their town. Unfortunately, the group did not tour outside of Texas and now sees very few engagements as the members went on to other successful careers. But for a moment, they captured an innovative mix of jazz, blues, and rock. At least we have the tape.

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