Kent Rose | One Riot, One Ranger

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One Riot, One Ranger

by Kent Rose

Hillbilly rockin'
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Leave This Town
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2. Hammered and Nailed
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3. Thinkin' Bout Things
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4. Bless Her Heart
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5. Trouble Ain't No Trouble At All
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6. The Swing of Things
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7. These Pals of Mine
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8. I Can Hardly Tell That It's Saturday Night
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9. This House Gets Lonesome
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10. Restless Cat
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11. Love to Love
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12. Tammy Put the Whammy
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13. Waltzing On Air
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14. Workingman's Hands
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15. Madame Sheba
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16. Hillbilly Juice
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17. Blue California
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18. Women Keep Smashing Up My Cars
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19. I Think About Falling
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20. Traveling Light
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Kent Rose has been singing hillbilly music in ballrooms and barrooms, back yards and boulevards, since 1970 all over the Midwest and points both east and west.
TJ Simon of Music-Box Online described him as "dressing like Buck Owens,singing like Dwight Yoakam, and writing songs like
Buddy Holly" and to hear and see is to definitely agree.
While often working with bands, this record features Kent's solo
sound in addition to four earlier band-backed cuts. What started
out as a guide to prospective bandmates turned into the sound
Kent was looking for and, became "One Riot, One Ranger."
As Kent puts it, '"a fiddle player once told me that when he heard
me sing, he started believing in reincarnation. I didn't know if it
was a compliment, but I knew I was on to something".

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andy andrick

good lyrics+good melodies+good vocals=great songs
this is a great collection of original material. Kent Rose puts everything he has into these songs,and the melodies are the kind that stay with you all day.He's as good as some of the big names in country music today
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Chalouni Jean-Marc


Kent Rose is very talented both as a singer and a songwriter.But this record and the review is about the record ,though the very neat packaging sounds like an improved demo.The concept of just me and my rhythm guitar (thanks Johnny Powers !)can work for a couple of songs but 20 is way too much.I really missed a backing band up to Kent skills to enhance his great songs and melodies.But artists like Kent Rose are a welcome break from today's mainstream Country Music , so go see him live and make an opinion by yourselves.
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