Steve Brown and the Bailers | Lonely House

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Lonely House

by Steve Brown and the Bailers

A fine blend of original folkabiily tunes from the frigid town of Fairbanks, Alaska, so prepare yourself for sweet harmonies, searing lap steel, and boisterous upright bass!
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Someone Else's Bed
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2. My Ol' Girl
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3. Last Night I Think I Did a Bad Thing
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4. Rockabilly Blue
2:48 album only
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5. Lonely House
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6. There May Be a Man
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7. I Have Tried
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8. The Way We Move
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9. Wrong Lane
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album came about as a celebration of our time working with Todd, our upright bassist since 2007. He was an original member that helped cement the band in the hearts of Fairbanks music lovers. With his planned departure to Germany coming up, the band wanted to document our latest tunes with him before it was too late.

The album was recorded live in the studio over two days without overdubs, so the energy of the band was captured when everyone was in the perfect mindset for making music together. We returned to 10th Planet studios, where we had created our first two albums, and the quality of this album shows how both the band and the studio had matured nicely over the years.

We hope you enjoy this collection of tunes. It was truly our pleasure creating them, and we hope to see you at a Steve Brown and the Bailers show soon!

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