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Worn Down Car

by The Cross-Eyed Possum

Worn Down Car is The Cross-Eyed Possum's first full album, featuring ten blues rock songs getting inspiration from The Grateful Dead, The Allman Brothers, and Chris Robinson Brotherhood.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. Falling Fast
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2. My Hopes Are Sold
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3. Worn Down Car
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4. Life Without Living
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5. Out of Town
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6. Going Blind
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7. Resignation
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8. Song in G
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9. Try It Yourself
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10. Red Lights
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Cross-Eyed Possum creates music that ventures through the mountains and valleys between vocal and instrumental arrangement. It was formed in Prescott, Arizona in 2013. While the Howard brothers were just 13 years old, it was no surprise that their love for music led to a successful band. They began playing music young, sitting around a campfire in their backyard. They recently released their first CD, "Worn Down Car", which can be purchased at their website. The songs on their CD are inspired by the beautiful town which they grew up in and the appreciation for the outdoors that their parents instilled in them. They are also influenced by The Grateful Dead, The Allman Brothers, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, and The Sheepdogs.

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