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American Dreamers

by The Marlboro Chorus

70s tinged indie rock
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Love Is in Love
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2. American Dreamers
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3. Willow in the Woods
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4. What Your Mama Said
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5. That Style!
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6. Who's the Liar?
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7. Hello!
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8. Doctor, I'm Sick
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9. For Peter (still a Baby)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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THis is the third full length and fourth release from the musical project of B Patric Stolley, recorder-guy and songwriter-man. Continuing on the path laid down by mentor David Bowie, the Kinks, Beatles, XTC and ELO, this LP finds the boy(s) all over the map, from the rock n roll boogie-woogie of "Hello!" to the poppy ode "for Peter".

After a string of records from the old collective the Multiple Cat, and last year's collaboration with Radical Turf Record's Nigel Jeffery in "Struggle In the Hive", this offering was sandwiched between Daytrotter.com recording sessions, of which B Patric Stolley is the principal engineer.


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