The Prairie Scholars | Strangers in the Modern Era

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Strangers in the Modern Era

by The Prairie Scholars

Dark husband and wife folk-rock duo with a West Texas stain.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Trouble
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3:08 album only
2. The Kelly Boys
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4:01 FREE
3. The Gamble
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3:46 FREE
4. You and Me Now
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4:02 FREE
5. Can I Hide in You
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4:00 FREE
6. The Open Road (ballad of Ronnie and Darla)
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7. I Would
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8. Hard Love
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9. Flying Down the Highway
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10. If You Don't Feel Like Lovin'
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Complete liner notes on this album are found free of charge at www.andyeppler.com

Andy Eppler, an American songwriter with a cult following of deep thinkers and art lovers, appears here in his fourth official release with his wife Jessica Eppler, of the edgy rock band Clandestine Amigo. The collaboration results in a darkly passionate and honestly rich album. The themes found in the record are disillusionment and the search for home. Soaked in what sometimes is bitter honesty, every track is a window into the the mind of a young couple finding themselves in a decaying and strange world.


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