Gary Lee Tolley & Friends | Life Travels On a One Way Street (feat. Gary Lee Tolley, Jesse Bobick & Les Kalt)

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Life Travels On a One Way Street (feat. Gary Lee Tolley, Jesse Bobick & Les Kalt)

by Gary Lee Tolley & Friends

WARNING!!! Songs WILL Remain in your head and you can't get them out! WARNING!!! A 2009 GrindIe award winner, Gary Lee Tolley is Back with a Great collection of New Songs!! Great Vocals, Great Music, Great Songs! Gary's Songs tell Stories!
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Storm Coming Over the Mountain
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4:38 $0.99
2. Music In My Soul
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3:24 $0.99
3. Ooh La La
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2:56 $0.99
4. Redneck Weekend
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4:11 $0.99
5. Life Travels On a One Way Street
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3:46 $0.99
6. King of the Mountain
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3:43 $0.99
7. She's Gone
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8. Melody By the Sea
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9. Spinnin
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Album Notes
This CD is a group of songs that are right from the heart. From Gary Lee Tolley & Friends a group of Great Musicians and friends that put on a high energy show full of fun and laughter.

Gary plays guitar and harmonica and wrote the songs. Les Kalt plays bass and performs backup vocals. Jesse Bobick plays piano and performs backup vocals as well. The group has wowed audiences at venues around West Virginia, Ohio, Virginia and Georgia. They have Won the 2009 GrIndie Award for The Tybee Tyme CD.

WARNING!!! Songs may get stuck in your head and you can't get them out! WARNING!!!

You will enjoy the energy of songs like, Redneck Weekend, and Spinnin.

You may be moved to tears with beautiful ballads like, Life Travels On A One Way Street and Music In My Soul.

They Dedicated a song to our Servicemen and Women called, Storm Coming Over The Mountain that will pull into the story like only a great storyteller can do.

Most of their songs are fun and you will stop you foot and clap your hands with feel good songs like Ooh La La Baby and King Of The Mountain.

If you have ever loved and lost, you'll get a laugh from She's Gone.

If you like Country, Beach, Rock, Bluegrass and Elvis all mixed together. Don't miss Gary Lee Tolley & Friends. This CD is just like their shows, fun, full of laughs, tears and footstompin Good Times!

Comments from Listeners:
Michael Kelly Ravenswood
I got a tune stuck in my head...She's gone she's gone...LOL
bring me 3 copies when available

John Woods Belleville,WV
OHHHH YEAAAAAA!!!!!!!!! -GOOD JOB sounds great.

Deborah Downey
Wonderful job on this - look forward to the rest of the album!

Vernon Hendricks Pomeroy
I always did like that song. I'd like a metal version sometime too:)

Bonnie Sue McCoy KY
Beautiful song beautifully written and recorded and loved the music and the lead singer has great vocals..........great job, timely song I would say this is not just for our Service men and women and people interested in the Civil War but it is a very timely song for this Generation as well..........God Bless much success.........

Sherry Vest Spaulding St Marys
Les Love it!!!! Not to many songs hit me any more That one did

Willetta Daniel Gales Florida
very well done... like sherry, let me know when the cd comes out...

Sandy Budreau Dodson Nashville
Sounds great, Les. Also a timely message for us

Sherrie Darr Little Rock, ARK
I agree great song in many respects
I would like to buy the cd when it comes out

Lisa DeWees
You guys did a very good job, can't wait to hear the rest!!

· Greg Vincent
Hey just listened to your latest recording that Les sent me. Everything on it was awsome I love the song selection your writing and vocals were excellent. Les and Jessie done a wonder job as well. The sound quality and the mix on the cd was great to. You'll have to let me know when the full length cd comes out so I can get a copy. It's definitely a project to proud of and I'll sure tell everyone what a great recording this is. Best of luck to you and keep up the good work !!!

WARNING!!! Songs may get stuck in your head and you can't get them out! WARNING!!!



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Bob Everhart

Country Music News International Magazine
I'm already a fan of Gary Lee, I reviewed his "Nightlife" album some time ago, and was convinced then that this young man definitely has a way with words, and that makes him a special tunesmith. This first song on this album "Storm Coming Over The Mountain" utilizes some incredibly good sound effects depicting a storm. I've heard this utilized before to emphasize the song and it's contents, but never done quite so well. As I listened I was sure someone was speaking to me, but removal of the head phones proved otherwise. It's voices in the background that actually stimulates one to listen again. All of these songs are Gary Tolley originals. He's from Virginia, and has an amazing ability to 'see' and "Music In My Soul" is a good representation of how that particular soul-function works. I also like "Ooh La La" which opens with just a guitar riff that turns into a blistering boost of melodic sound with harmonica that tends to sound Cajun in style. Good story song. By the time we get to "King Of The Mountain" which features great fiddle and mandolin, I'm hooked again. No mention of who these gifted musicians are, but the intros to each and every song that Gary does is unique and original. I've not heard so many 'different' ways to intro a song before on one album, but this one does that exactly. The mix is also quite unique, and from my point of view, harkens back to another time when a lot of time was spent getting exactly the right sound where it should be. In today's world of electronically computer controlled perfection, that particular element is often overlooked if not completely abandoned. Thanks Gary Lee Tolley and Friends for turning in another super good easy to listen to original music CD. Off it goes to the Rural Roots Music Commission.

for Country Music News International Magazine