Matt Sayles | No Shame

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No Shame

by Matt Sayles

"Clever songwriting alongside rearranged classics--a throwback style that knows good, old-fashioned storytelling. Yet is utterly unpretentious about modernity. -—The Source, Bend OR.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Cold Frosty Morning
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2. Athenian Way
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3. Escanaba Mama
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4. Sweet Summertime By and By
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5. Never Take Advice
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6. No More Troubles Now
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7. Last Time We Met
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8. Reggae Schmunk
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9. Sunday Street
4:49 $0.99
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10. Got No Shame
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11. Down Home Girl
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12. Ihop
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13. Joe Walter
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Released in limited numbers in 2003, "No Shame" is Matt Sayles' first solo CD away from Frostbitten Grass.

Featuring guests: Sven Gonstead (Frostbitten Grass), Mike Tripp, Derek Siver, and Melissa Risk.

The Source (Bend, Oregon) in a review stated:
“The Multi talented Matt Sayles is known to whip out & wield harmonica, guitar, banjo,trombone, spoons, vocals, keyboards and drum machines with little warning. On his last (2003) solo-album, “No Shame,” the Michigan transplant features clever songwriting alongside rearranged classics,in a throwback style that knows good, old-fashioned storytelling...yet is utterly unpretentious about modernity.”

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