Moes Haven | February: From the Bayou to the Barnyard and Back

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February: From the Bayou to the Barnyard and Back

by Moes Haven

Moes Haven recorded a 30-minute album for each day in February of 2006. These are the best tracks from that experiment.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. (So I Says to My Therapist, I Says,) I am Creepy Bobby
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2. How 'Bout That Day/Night Cycle?
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3. Peter Bogdanovich Can't Stop Talking About Orson Welles
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4. I Want to Live my Life on a Farm
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5. Beach Blanket Parcheesi (I Love the Beach)
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6. See My Love on Sunday
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7. I Wanna See You With Your Boots Back On
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8. The Cuckold's Lament
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9. Fishin' With Dad
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10. I Won't Keep You Waiting Around
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11. I Keep Breathing
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12. I Wanna Ignite You
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13. Let's Not Let Us Fall Apart
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14. A Walk in the Park
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February: From the Bayou to the Barnyard and Back
The Extraordinary Tale of Creepy Bobby, a Washed Up Lounge Singer Who Captures the Essence of His Life Through a Poorly Attended Late Night Cabaret Show Accompanied by Matt Farley and Tom Scalzo of Moes Haven Who Not Only Back the Elderly Bobby from Start to Finish, but Also Offer Their Younger Voices to Several Pieces Encompassing Bobby's Early Days as a Naive, and Admittedly Creppy, Beach-Loving Farmhand

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