Anders Elowsson | It Used To Feel So Good

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It Used To Feel So Good

by Anders Elowsson

With the sound of the sixties mixed with energetic retro rock the debut album is a roller coaster, sometimes exploding in pure rock’n’roll but never letting go of the acoustic feeling.
Genre: Pop: Swedish Pop/Rock
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1. Main Street
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3:22 album only
2. I Ain't Gonna Fail You
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3:37 album only
3. Defined by Amelie and Refined by You and Me
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2:40 album only
4. It Used To Feel So Good
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4:47 album only
5. Get It On
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3:42 album only
6. Sail Away
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3:18 album only
7. The Scold
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3:57 album only
8. It Ain'l Love
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3:39 album only
9. Does She Need It
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10. Baby Stay
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Anders Elowsson grew up in Falun, a small town situated in the north of Sweden. Influenced by Bob Dylan and 'the second verse of California Dreaming' he began writing songs early. With the sound of the sixties mixed with energetic retro rock the debut album is a roller coaster, sometimes exploding in pure rock’n’roll but never letting go of the acoustic feeling.

The album title, It Used To Feel So Good, refers to a time in life when everything was yet to be seen, and to a time in history when music was analog tape recorders, acoustic guitars and handclaps.


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