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All Is Well

by Roy Peak

12 songs about love, death, and birds.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Okolona
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2. Ohio
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3. Clear Lake, February 3rd, 1959
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4. Underhill Rose
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5. It's Better to Be the Bride
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6. Broken
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7. Somewhere in the Distance
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8. Black River
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9. Teach Me
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10. Mean Girl Blues
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11. Inside Out
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12. All Is Well
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Roy Peak has played electric bass in more bands than he cares to remember for more years than he can remember.

Some of these bands were Soul Guardians, Radio Berlin, The Problems, Reactor, Red Afternoon, 86 Love, Xgeezer, and many more.

Preferring old beat-to-death P-basses with flatwound strings tuned down a whole step, Roy's bass playing has been described as "orchestral and driving" and "Entwistle's style with Klaus Voormann's tone." Roy says that Rick Danko, James Jamerson, and John Cale influenced his playing just as much as Kathy Valentine did.

His solo material--where he puts down the bass and picks up his vintage Epiphone Texan--has been likened to Hamell on Trial, an angry Jonathan Richman, Paul Westerberg, and Neil Young. Live shows often showcase cover versions of songs by Liz Phair, Randy Newman, and The Minus 5.

His debut album All Is Well is a punkish folk-rock tromp through twelve songs about love, death, and birds.

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