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The Haphazards

by The Haphazards

Smart, organic-sounding and outside-the-box, this Nashville country duo's sound is loose, fun and bubbling with joy.
Genre: Country: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Listen to the Grass Grow
2:59 $0.99
2. Be a Good Man
3:07 $0.99
3. My Old House
3:12 $0.99
4. Memory Foam
3:29 $0.99
5. Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground
3:31 $0.99
6. God Laughing
3:16 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
There's a lot here, for only six songs. Right off the bat, you get some lazy philosophy with a conga-driven hacky-sack groove. There's a song about a bed that you can stand a glass of wine on. A Willie Nelson song with a ramshackle, Salvation Army vibe. There's a song so compellingly sad that Nashville producer Bobby King was heard to say, "that song just tore my posterior all to hell." {Or something to that effect}. There's a tune that references those cheesy articles in men's magazines, the ones that promise to make the reader a better lover. Finally, you get a song with a bridge composed entirely of laughter.

Pam Boylan and Steve Mitchell live in West Nashville. They are friends, musical partners and instinctively disorderly people. But, if you ask them, out the chaos comes beauty. Or at least a good song.



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Margo Tracey

Treasure Trove!
On Jul 27, 2011, at 7:27 AM, "Margo Tracey" wrote:

I’m not exactly sure who Pam included in her “undisclosed-recipients” list below, but if you haven’t already picked up one of Pam’s new CD’s, I highly recommend it.

Pam and Steve Mitchell have put together a tasty little treasure trove in this six song sampler, with morsels of Alanis and Reba sprinkled throughout. The lyrics are powerful and resonate with the times. I can’t listen to track “2” without getting misty eyed every time, and Pam’s rendition of Angel Flying too Close to the Ground is as classic and timeless as anything Ella ever did – so soulful, smooth, and poignant with that special “edge” that Pam has to her voice.

Don’t miss your chance to add this diamond to your “jewel” collection.

Bravo Pam and Steve!