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The Valley Town Observer

by Pete Santogrossi

A rollicking mix of acoustic and electric Americana. 40% alt-country/Americana, 25% rock 'n roll, 25% folk-rock, 10% reggae sea chanteys. May the acoustic guitar always cut through the mix.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Gottajob
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2. Keith
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3. Piece of Morning Light
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4. Sunol Grade (Yes I Know the Way to San Jose)
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5. Melissa is Leaving
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6. Waiting for the Winter
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7. Valley Town
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8. Crazy Anne
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9. Stare Me Down
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10. My Boat is Rocking
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The central valley of California is the inspirational backdrop for most of these foot-stomping tales of employed unemployables, lead-footed commuters bound for the Silicon Valley and speed freaks condemned to life in the slow lane. And overly talkative airport shuttlebus drivers. Debts are not forgiven in the valley town, notes The Observer, but vice is another story.



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