Shaun Paul Gordon | Grand Central Nowhere

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Grand Central Nowhere

by Shaun Paul Gordon

A mellow blend of country-roots tinged rock with just a hint of the sound children laughing at other children.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. Breathin' a Lie
3:51 album only
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2. She Goes Down
5:31 album only
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3. Scenes From a Midwest Truck Stop
5:10 album only
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4. Third and Union
4:39 album only
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5. Grand Central Nowhere
2:40 album only
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6. Joshua Tree Inn (Room 8)
1:08 album only
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7. When She Walked the Earth as Queen
3:04 album only
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8. Elliott Gould
5:13 album only
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9. Dunfee
6:32 album only
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10. Taylor
3:31 album only
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11. Ambassador of Toluca
5:55 album only
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12. So Long From Pittsburgh
3:33 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Shaun Paul Gordon is the sound of empty parking lots, of abandoned highways on vacant nights, of lost gazes in small town cafes, of old receipts and dog eared photographs, of other people's miseries, of slight embarrassments and awkward moments, of the first girl who undressed for him, of the melancholy of 3 a.m. on a Sunday night, of the suspicion that everything dies, of a few timely letters from his father, of the hearts he has broken, of the syndicated 70s sitcom theme music he heard through the floor of his childhood bedroom, of hours left alone to his own devices, and of the sound of children laughing at other children.

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