The Fremonts | Live At the Woodpit

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Live At the Woodpit

by The Fremonts

A follow-up to the successful "Mighty Crazy" record. "Live At The Woodpit" features 12 new songs recorded at the Bailey Wood Pit BBQ in Julian, California. The band's love for Gulf Coast rhythm and blues is more than apparent in this live set.
Genre: Blues: Swamp Blues
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1. Ain't That Loving You Baby
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2. Going Down Slow
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3. I Found My Baby
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4. Rich Woman
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5. Fannie Mae
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6. Wish You Would
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7. You Know I Love You
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8. Send Up
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9. Scratch My Back
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10. Tell Me What I Want to Hear
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11. Temporary Love
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12. Treat Your Daddy Right
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Fremonts are traditionalists in the truest sense of the word, a band that places the song before the solo. Numerous awards and accolades attest to the fact that the Fremonts' sound has not gone unnoticed. In 2003, the band was named, "Best Blues Band" by the San Diego Reader. In 2004, the Fremonts' debut project, "No More Doggin'" was featured in Blues Revue magazine and received airplay across the United States, Canada, Europe and South America.

The band’s second record, "Mighty Crazy" was produced by Grammy winner, Mark Neill. The record won blues album of the year at the 2006 San Diego Music Awards and received critical praise in America, Canada, Europe and South America.

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