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by Locating Rollie

Alternative Pop Rock music, a labor of love from the songbook of Bob Gifford and Mark Sutton, finishing what we started long ago.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Blue on Blue
4:08 album only
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2. Critic Critic
3:06 album only
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3. Stop the Clock
3:53 album only
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4. I Got My Wish
4:36 album only
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5. Do Not Tear Down
3:53 album only
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6. Crazy Parade
5:03 album only
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7. Never Gonna Hear It
3:55 album only
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8. Love's Not Safe
2:01 album only
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9. Search the Clubs
3:28 album only
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10. Animal Boy (Machine Head Man)
3:49 album only
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11. Drink the Wine
3:44 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Locating Rollie is a collection of songs that come from the eclectic musical minds of Bob Gifford and Mark Sutton.

Gifford and Sutton were integral parts of 3 bands that achieved various levels of notoriety in the Boston music scene back in the 80's - the Rings, Bamboo Gang, and the Wickermen - writing literally dozens of songs together during that time.

Some of those songs were recorded professionally, some of them were recorded in studio settings as demos, but most of them made their way out of the rehearsal room only as live recordings on audio cassette tapes.

Writing together came to an end in 1986.

In 2010 Mark reached out to Bob, suggesting that the two of them re-record some of the music they had recorded together in the past, but Bob had a better idea. He proposed recording the songs that were never finished.

They are now doing both, and this renewed musical collaboration is called…

…Locating Rollie.

Closing the circle.

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