Moss Henry | Roll the Bones

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Roll the Bones

by Moss Henry

Beautiful, powerful and provocative Americana, goes crunch when you bite down.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Don't You Love Me Baby?
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2. Sago Mine Disaster
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3. Real Big Car
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4. Child of the Moon
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5. Older Now
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6. Roll the Bones
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7. I Wouldn't Call It Love
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8. Justice Denied
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9. What Have We Got?
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10. It's War
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11. The River is Risin'
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Each song on this CD has its own personality with a variety of styles, from cajun and semi-classical to rock and honky-tonk. It's a feast for the ears. And there's meat on every bone. Every song tells a story and addresses some important issue politically, socially or personally.

The lyrics are poetry, the melodies are beautiful and the rhythms climb around in different grooves. Could lead to serious dancing at times so you might want to warm up and stretch before you hit play.


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