Supe & the Sandwiches | the Springfield Chronicles

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the Springfield Chronicles

by Supe & the Sandwiches

Blistering rock-n-roll from this Springfield, MO. quintet, led by Ozark Mtn. Daredevil bassist, and songwriter, Michael 'Supe' Granda, and his merry band of men.
Genre: Blues: Rockin' Blues
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1. Rockin' Chair
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2. Making a Living, Not a Killing
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3. Chains of Misery
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4. Happy Hour
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5. Hey Jose
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6. Ode to Mel Bay
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7. Pasta Man
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8. Secret Weapon
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9. Yuppie Blues
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10. Born With a Beard
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11. Local King
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12. Lord of the Shuffleboard
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13. City Limits
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14. Dial 1-800-When-I'm-Gone
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A "live" in-the-studio disc, chronicling the "full steam ahead" approach of the original Sandwich band that rocked the Ozarks in the 80's and 90's. As Mother
Nature and mildew began to reclaim the master tapes, as they sat on the shelf, the two previously released cassettes, "Meat the Sandwiches", and "Greatest Hits, Vol. 3" were remastered, and combined, to make one rockin' good time CD. The final track "Dial 1-800-WHEN-I'M-GONE" was featured on a 1990 Dr. Demento Show.

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