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Last Night

by Steve Sullivan and the Factory

The 2009 debut album from the twin city's favorite blues and soul band.
Genre: Blues: Blues Vocals
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1. Heartbreaker
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2. Trained Blues
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3. Last Night
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4. All My Life
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5. Cocaine
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6. Sleep Walker
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7. Romans
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8. Mystic Mountain Blues
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9. Amy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Last Night" is the debut album from singer/songwriter/producer Steve Sullivan's newest project Steve Sullivan And The Factory. Released in 2009, the album features fan favorites from the band's unforgettable live shows. Long time Sullivan fan's will recognize reworkings of two older songs, "Cocaine" from Sullivan's solo album "American Medium" and the rollicking "Mystic Mountain Blues" from the album "This Is What Happens When You Die".

The songs range from upbeat motown soul (Heartbreaker) to filthy, ragged blues rock (Romans) and everywhere in between the lush Americana landscape that Sullivan typically pulls from. The album's last song, "Amy" was written dedicated to now lost soul singer Amy Winehouse.

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