Steve Gordon | Official First Release, Collector's Edition

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Official First Release, Collector's Edition

by Steve Gordon

Country and bluegrass influenced pop - rock
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. I Drive Alone
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2. Suitcase Full of Memories
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3. Bye Bye Baby
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4. Don't Make Much Money
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5. I Surrender
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6. Never is a Long Time
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7. Wished I had a Song
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8. Fishin' Hole
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9. Living in the Meanwhile
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10. Bought the Farm
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Steve Gordon is a Minneapolis based multi -

instrumentalist and singer, a working musician
who is the son of harmonica virtuoso Eddie Gordon
and eldest brother of Jenny Lewis, who fronts the LA band
Rilo Kiley. Steve has been the lead guitar player

for the Minneapolis cover band The Rockin'

Hollywoods for the last ten years, and has been
writing songs and recording and playing gigs
since the age of 17.

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Erik

Nice, pretty country/rock. Not like today's country, not as harsh.
Steve's album was a pleasant surpise. His lyrics and singing are heartfelt and soothing. The instruments are well played (mostly by him) and the songs are pretty and catchy. Pefect driving music. What modern country would be if artists weren't trying so hard to sell Budweiser and get on the Super Bowl half-time show.
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