The Munsons | Go With The Flow

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Go With The Flow

by The Munsons

Country, rockabilly and all the good stuff.
Genre: Country: Honky Tonk
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1. Crazy Arms
4:19 album only
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2. Don´t Go Baby
2:33 album only
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3. Dance The Night Away
4:37 album only
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4. The Wild One
2:54 album only
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5. Rough Boy
4:04 album only
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6. Go With The Flow
4:06 album only
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7. I Feel Like Steppin´ Out
3:18 album only
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8. Let Me Love You
2:13 album only
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9. You Played On My Piano
2:47 album only
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10. There´ll Never Be Anyone Else But You
3:06 album only
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11. One Woman Man
2:23 album only
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12. Drinking All My Troubles Away
2:50 album only
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13. Home Of The Blues
2:57 album only
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14. No More Time
2:32 album only
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15. Ashes Of Love
3:18 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Munsons was officially formed in 2005 although the idea was brewing a lot earlier during drunken nights, listening to old country and rockabilly vinyls. Tommi Viksten and Tokela are musicians from Helsinki - Finland and have been around for a long time. Their set list is full of Country, Rock-a-Billy, Western Swing, Rhythm'n'Blues, Hillbilly, 50's Rock'n'Roll, but also includes songs by ZZ Top and even Queens Of The Stone Age. Most of the songs are sang in harmonies and they share the duties of leading with vocals and guitar solos.

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