Too Many Peachtree Streets | No. 72

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No. 72

by Too Many Peachtree Streets

Founded at jams, Too Many Peachtree Streets has been described by onlookers "as if Dave Matthews and Kurt Cobain had a step-brother" and "like Dylan on Quaaludes."
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. Walls
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2. Let Me Live
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3. Good Thing
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4. Windows
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5. Get on the Tracks
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6. Breaking up with You
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7. I Missed the Bus
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8. Breathing in and Out
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9. Traveling Backwards
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10. Walls (Live at the Place)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mark Lefkow (guitar/vocals) has had Bruce Towers playing drums with him for over twenty years in various groups of musicians. In the past two years, they ventured out to local jams and bucked the trend of playing standard covers to play mostly originals. Along the way, they picked up great musicians Mark can hide behind, including but not limited to Casey Higgins (lead guitar), Christian Caden (bass/vocals), Bryan Bell (bass), Joe Murphey (harmonica), Jack Atwill (harmonica), Barry Beeler (sax/flute/harmonica), KJ Hammerstein (piano track on Good Thing), and others. These jams inspired this new round of songwriting, designed to set the mood for grooves at jams.

Atlanta has seventy-one Peachtree Streets and this album is the seventy-second. That is way too many.

Music Credits:
Vocals/Guitar: Mark Lefkow
Drums: Bruce Towers
Bass Guitars: Christian Caden, Bryan Bell
Lead Guitar: Casey Higgins
Sax/Harmonica: Barry Beeler
Harmonicas: Joe Murphey, Jack Atwill
Piano: KJ Hammerstein
Live: Josh Stevenson (drums), Wade Wilkes

Engineering and Production: Darius Smith, Mark Lefkow, Christian Caden, Casey Higgins

All songs copyright 2018 by Mark Lefkow, except Traveling Backwards copyright 2017 by Mark Lefkow and Mike Roeder and Breaking Up with You copyright 2018 by Mark Lefkow and Casey Higgins

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