Robert Keelin | Going Places

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Going Places

by Robert Keelin

A mix of electric guitar-driven songs influenced by the British invasion and mid-to-late sixties top 40 radio.
Genre: Rock: American Trad Rock
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1. Red Hot and Rollin'
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2. I Need a Change
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3. Monday Morning
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4. Rain, Rain
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5. Wandering
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6. I'm Going out to the Country
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7. Rock 'n' Roll
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8. Anywhere
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9. Memphis Moonlight
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10. Gimme the Slow Lane
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11. Red White and Blue-Collar Heart
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12. With You
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13. California Seems
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Album Notes
From Whurk Magazine review, November 2017. Reviewer: Craig Graziano

Robert Keelin’s Going Places is an amalgamation of Fifties and Sixties pop-rock, taking time to specifically note the period’s country and rockabilly elements. The album breaks through the British invasion and ultimately ends on an Eagles vibe (“California Seems”), delivered with a voice not dissimilar to Warren Zevon. The use of MIDI horns on tracks such as “Rain, Rain” is a bold, stunning choice. These are peaceful, fun meditations in an increasingly anxious world. “Breathe deep. Relax,” Keelin instructs. “All my worries fall through the cracks.” >=iii=

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