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Local Man

by Rb Morris and the Irregulars

A wildly lyrical and musically diverse collection of songs and spoken-word with music.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Poets I Have Followed Around
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2. In This Town
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3. Blues for a Broken Umbrella
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4. Tic Toc Town
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5. Hell on a Poor Boy
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6. Local Man
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7. Goin' Down to Hot Springs
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8. Spy in My Brain
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9. Dream
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10. No I'm Not Dreaming
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11. Living the Right Way
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12. I Hear the Drummin'
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13. Give Us Barabbas / Nails
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14. Ugly Houses
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is a full band release of RB and the Irregulars, consisting of RB Morris, Hector Qirko, Jim Williams, and Steve Brown, and also featuring Dirk Weddington on one song and Terry Hill on a couple of others. It was recorded in Knoxville in the early 90's and was typical of their live shows with a wild diversity of musical styles mixing songs with spoken-word. It was the last collection of recordings RB made with the Irregulars before leaving for Nashville in the mid 90's and touring with Lucinda Williams, Steve Earle, and John Prine, eventually signing with Prine's Oh Boy Records.

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SK Campbell

Thanks for making these available
The late 80's soundtrack to Fort Sanders neighborhood in its alternative-Knoxville heyday. I had multiple copies on Cassette. Not released on CD. Glad to have these available. Thanks for the memories. Will be glad to hear many of these legends again Live at our beloved Laurel Theater Church again in 2019 January 18 where the preacher will be in his pulpit witnessing to the faithful like me.
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