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This Time

by Pages of Paul

Crisp pop songwriting tipped into country by twisted pedal steel tones. John Prine flying his burrito into Mary Chapin's carpenter.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. You Can't Fool Me
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2. This Time
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3. Gone
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4. Not Enough Sunshine
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5. Jenny Don't Jump
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6. Country Song
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7. So Happy
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8. Then Teardrops Start
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9. I Fall for You
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10. Every Time I Think of You
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11. What Must I Do
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12. I'm Yours
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Karen Nogle: Vocals
Mark Tomeo: Pedal Steel, Dobro, Slide Guitar, Vocals
Rick Buck: Bass, Drums, Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Vocals
Paul Curcuruto: Acoustic, Electric & 12 String Guitars, Ace Tone Top 5 Organ, Vocals

All songs written by Paul Curcuruto except:
"Gone" written by Paul Curcuruto & Robert Cole
"Country Song" written by John Larson & Paul Curcuruto
Recorded and mastered by Richard Rupert at Green Valley Recording
Produced by Paul Curcuruto & Rick Buck
Pages of Paul Productions/ P.o.P. Music Inc c 2011

12 original tunes. Where's the beef? Here's the beef. Hear the beef. 100% beef, no by-products. 99.999% pure. So pure it floats your boat. You can't hear just one. Got money? Don't leave home without it. Just buy it. You’re in good hands with P.o.P.. Play different. We play harder. Tastes great, less filling. Melts in your ears, not in your mouth.Takes a licking and keeps on picking. When it absolutely, positively has to be heard overnight. We Reach out and touch someone. A diamond is forever, but we clock in at only 40:28. It's finger-pickin’ good! The uncola of country music. Let your fingers do the walking bass. There are some things that money can’t buy, except this. What happens here, ends up in your ipod. You’ve come a long way, cdbaby. We bring good things to life. Please don’t squeeze the Karen. Does she or doesn’t she? Yes. Have it our way. I can’t believe I played the whole thing. Come alive! You’re in the Frampton generation. The quicker picker. Look, Ma, no job! Paul - The other white meat. Pardon me, do you have any Pages of Paul? Friends don’t let friends revive punk. Have a coke and rum. I love New York. Betcha can’t hear just one. Drink outside the bun. A mind is a terrible thing. It keeps going, and going, and going... Hey, Mikey...he likes it! This is your brain. This is your brain on P.o.P.. Any questions? They’re gr-r-r-eat!. The happiest band on earth. P.o.P.. It’s what’s for dinner. With a name like Curcuruto, it has to be good. Nothing comes between me and my Karens. Is it live or is it Memorex? Because we're worth it. The few, the proud, the fans of P.o.P.. Our roadies are the loneliest guys in town. Put a Tomeo in your tank. You quiero Taco Buck. How do you spell relief? P-o-P. This P.o.P.’s for you. When EFFEN Karen talks, people listen. It’s everywhere you want it to be. I’ve fallen for you and I can’t get up. We make the money the old-fashioned way—we play for it. Music Inside. Don’t get mad. Get P.o.P.. Lika rock. It takes a tough man to make a tender song. We will sell no whine before its time. Fly the friendly burritos. Lifts and separates (no extra charge). Thank you for your support. Try it, you’ll like it. Think Paul. We answer to a higher authority. (Rick Buck) Get a piece of the alt-country rock. The world’s favourite airline (and band). Nothing runs like a beere. Leave the driving to us. Drink outside the box. (Who stole my bun?) Mayer works wonders. (What ever happened to the Oneders?) The relentless pursuit of perfection. The king of bands. Cotton. The plant that saves our ears. Fosters—Australian for children with no parents. Pepperidge Farm remembers, we forget. Absolutions for a small planet. Never let ‘em see you fret. For fast, fast, fast belief. Take it off, take it all off. It’s not a job. It’s an adventure. Ring around the hollar. Actually, it is your father’s Oldsmobile... The toughest job you’ll ever love. Pages of Paul...It’s not just for breakfast anymore. I liked it so much I bought the CD. Sorry, Charlie. Starkist wants a tune that sounds good, not a tuna with good taste.


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