Todd Hobin Band | Passion and the Pain

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Passion and the Pain

by Todd Hobin Band

Virtually all of PASSION AND THE PAIN was written on the road between concert stops. it's hard driving, romantic, and honest American Rock n Roll from the heart.
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1. Passion and the Pain
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2. Vickii
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3. Bad Break for Eddie
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4. Angel
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5. I Want You
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6. My Girl
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7. Waiting for the Sun
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8. I Trusted You
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9. Home Again
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Todd Hobin Band celebrated their 40th anniversary in 2014. The original members continue to play to a dedicated and growing fan base, delivering the legendary performances that made them one of rock’s hardest working, well-traveled bands. The music is distinctly American, melodic, driving, and powerful. They’ve played thousands of shows and have shared the stage on tour with the greatest bands of their time from The Beach Boys and Kinks, to the Allman Brothers and Hall & Oates.

Their recently released double CD set, The Early Years is filled with Hobin classics: I Hate You, Keepin’ the Dream Alive, New York Country Song, and many more. Their latest studio album, It’s Not Over continues in the same tradition; critically acclaimed, rocking, thoughtful and uncompromising. They remain a closely held treasure to those who know their music.

PASSION AND THE PAIN (1980) is the product of those first years of touring the country as a concert act. It was written and recorded in between shows while on the road. Its songs are gritty and honest and feature the people they met, the places they traveled, and finally an ode to “Home Again”. Not the home where they came from or the home they would eventually land, but the home they felt when touring. After a thousand one-night stands, home for this band, was truly on the stage.

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