Philip Bosley | Funeral Blues

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Funeral Blues

by Philip Bosley

Austin meets Seattle for a night of drinking in Southern Ontario. Equal parts Buck Owens and Big Sugar. Grunge-Country songs of failed romances, depression, and suicide. This record will send your therapist to therapy.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. My Sweet Adriane
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2. Kisses from Texas
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3. Nothing Feels Right Today
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4. Bullet in My Head
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5. Whitehorse
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6. Last Man Standing
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7. Until I Pass This Way Again
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8. Playing the Fool
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9. I Don't Want to Bury You
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10. Funeral Blues
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Album Notes
People have been telling me that my first album, "Thirty Day Headache," is good, albeit kind of depressing. This should be interesting, since I deliberately set out to make this album darker than the rest.

Most of these songs were written during the Roger Marin Band's summer tour of 2009. Over the course of seven weeks, I caught food poisoning, quit smoking, hit the bottle, and saw more of Canada than most people see in a lifetime. All of which can take your writing to some interesting places.

Recording duties were split between Matt Keighan's Audiomat Studio, Nick Lesyk's "Blue Room" rehearsal space, and the spare bedroom in my old aparment (studio206).

This record is well suited for nighttime driving, chain smoking in the winter, and drinking your blues away.



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