50 Sticks of Dynamite | Love Dream Truth Love

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Love Dream Truth Love

by 50 Sticks of Dynamite

Banjo-fueled roots rock that kicks and drives its way into your soul!
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. More Than You Can Handle
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2. Get Wit It Now
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3. Far Away
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4. For You
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5. Love Dream Truth Love
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6. Wishing Well
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7. #1 Stunner
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8. What's Next?
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9. Nile River Delta Blues
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10. Love Is
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Powerfully unleashing an electric wall of sound from his amplified 5 string banjo, Ian McFadyen (Mister M), drives this album with his wicked banjo stylings. Belting out songs of love, heartbreak, and lust behind his sexy Shure microphone, you will find it impossible not to be drawn in to the fray. Then add in mythical musician Whitey Wingland who brings his mojo to the harmonica, guitar, and slide, the music starts to creep into your soul. Once the thumpin' rhythm section of energizer bunny bassist Mikey D and the driving power of drummer Utah Jensen hit you, it becomes futile to resist; you must lose yourself in this unique brand of rootsy banjo-fueled rock and roll!!



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