The Sweet Taunts | Breathless

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Breathless

by The Sweet Taunts

Straight from Lodi, California fresh and undiluted mix of Folk Rock, Blues, and Country with captivating lyrics both sultry and passion driven.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Breathless
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2. Cut the Leash
3:00 $0.99
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3. Where Were You
5:12 $0.99
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4. Wish I Told You Sooner
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5. Man of Faces
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6. Hey You
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7. Seven Steps
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8. Take Me
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9. Cut the Leash (Acoustic) [feat. Ted Lynch]
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Sweet Taunts is the musical collaboration of Christine and Dustin Taunton, an inseparable singer-songwriter duo from Northern California. Their music incorporates elements of Folk Rock, Country and Blues, details stories of love and hardship sung with strong emotion and conviction. Countless hours of dedication, sacrifice and love to create a sound that is fresh and undiluted. They are passionate about their original music and strive to preserve and further Americana Music, creating a unique sound to the folk-rock genre. This album expands to full band including guitarist Bill Stevens, who delivers both eclectic and emotional leads, and drummer Dave Mompean who's creative and razor-sharp instincts compliment every song. This album also includes percussive sounds from Nick Auriemmo and Ted Lynch both enhancing the true form of folk-rock music.

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