Rob Hornfeck | Reggie

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Reggie

by Rob Hornfeck

Released in 2008. 5 studio tracks and 9 live tracks that capture the intensity and insanity of one of Rob's shows.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. Somebody's Looking for Me
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2. Mr. Brown
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3. Eraser
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4. Home
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5. How Does It Feel to Be Free?
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6. How Do I Know You (Live)
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7. Hippy Chicks (Live)
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8. Hot Bacon (Live)
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9. Macho Muchacho (Live)
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10. Fortify (Live)
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11. Everyday (Live)
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12. Run Rerun (Live)
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13. Cantana (Live)
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14. Simple (Live)
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Album Notes
Released January 2008-5 studio tracks, 9 live favorites recorded in 2007.

Rob here-

Reggie...I named the CD after my dog (RIP). The closing track of my last CD was named after him, and now he gets a whole CD. He was an adopted stray I met in 2005, and he had quite a few issues. He'd drink my wine if the glass was in reach, steal pizza, farted and snored, wake me up three times a night (for two years straight) to potty or play, never really had the whole potty-training thing down, but I loved the little *&%@. There's remnants of his inspiration in each of the studio tracks, even the one I wrote the day after I found out James died.

The live stuff came from the Lizard (Alexandria, VA)...Jamal (my croney from Babyfat) sat in on bass, and all insanity ensued. Dig Nate's "Macho" drum solo. The last of the live came from Balls Bluff (Leesburg, VA), where we continue to spook the locals.

rh

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