Signature | Down to the Wire

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Down to the Wire

by Signature

Genre: Rock: American Trad Rock
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1. Hoodwinked
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2. Steel Rose
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3. Just Another Dollar Gone
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4. Covered Bridges
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5. The Crossroads
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6. The Highwayman
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7. What I Got for Your Ring
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8. More to Us
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9. Whiskey and the Bible
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10. Trailer Trash Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Elmsongs Productions and Signature proudly presents: "Down to the Wire". The latest release from the Eric and Joi Marshall. Down to the Wire is an eclectic journey through the winding roads of memories, fun, despair, terror, self-discovery, and redemption. Although not a "theme" album per say, there is a definite undercurrent to the paths the songs take. musically, anythings goes, as usual for this dynamic duet. Signature tears down the borders between styles, and throws away the rubber-stamp approach to music of the mainstream record industry. "Let the song write itself." is the underlying philosophy these two long-time songwriters apply to everything they produce. Whether it be Rock, Country, Folk, or anything that may just strike their fancy, one can always expect the unexpected. Besides, who really wants to listen to an album with fourteen clones of the same format-written songs? The destination is the journey as far as Signature is concerned.

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