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You and Me and Beem

by You and Me and Beem

A modern pop sound that pays tribute to great American country music through lyrics and twang.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. Silly Country Girl
3:18 $0.99
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2. What's Best for Her
5:09 $0.99
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3. The Fireman Who Stole Her Heart
4:52 $0.99
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4. Fast Women and Pretty Horses
3:28 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
You and Me and Beem is the partnership project between solo artists Adam Lavazza, Matt Beem and front man Kyle Layne of Chadrach, Fish-pack and Kydog's Freak-show. What started as just a name (You and Me and Beem) quickly became a collaborative idea that may become its own genre. None of the band members are country musicians, but all three have long appreciated the down home lyrics and graceful music of the country/western world. With a particular love for early to mid 90's country music, the trio set out to create songs that pay both homage to that bygone era, and strike a new path. While some may doubt the "country" sound of the album, even with the twang of Matt "Doc" Rundio's banjo and the comforting hum of Sarah Miller's fiddle, the heart of the album resonates with themes the country music aficionado will appreciate. From the fun and light hearted "Silly Country Girl" to the haunting "The Fireman Who Stole Her Heart", one finds real life themes of love and pain running through the EP. If you like your music to be more than just the same ol' thing, this is the album for you.

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