Roger Yeardley | The Same but Different

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The Same but Different

by Roger Yeardley

Bluesy Americana with witty lyrics that incorporates elements of Johnny Cash, John Hiatt, and Dwight Yoakum
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. The Other Thing
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2. Haunting Me
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3. What Are the Things
6:13 $0.99
4. I Guess Things Happen That Way
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5. Never Love You Less
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6. Yuck It Up
4:59 $0.99
7. For One Moment
3:46 $0.99
8. Peace, Love and Understanding
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9. Happy Hour
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10. I'm Sorry (But so Is Brenda Lee)
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11. Heartaches for a Dime
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Album Notes
Singer/songwriter, Roger Yeardley, described as “one of Cincinnati’s best known and most successful songwriters” in the Cinti. Enquirer; whose music has received international airplay and has been heard in movies and TV, is releasing his 3rd CD, The Same But Different.
Listeners will recognize Roger’s way with lyrics and his unique personality come through in the songs, but much is also different about the new CD. This is the first CD on which Roger sings all of the songs, which is the logical next step in Roger’s in-reverse musical career. The 1st CD, ‘Sheepless In Cincinnati’, was a ‘tribute’ CD (which most artists do at the end of their careers), with well-known Cincy groups interpreting Roger’s songs. The 2nd CD, ‘Communal Effort’, had Roger playing on more tracks and singing a few tunes, with the help of a number of Cincy musicians. By the 3rd CD, The Same But Different, Roger has assumed the role of lead singer, and also for the first time has included some ‘cover’ tunes that have special meaning for him; unique versions of off-the-beaten-path tunes previously performed by artists such as Wynn Stewart, Marshall Crenshaw, and Johnny Cash.



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