Ricky Stein | Crazy Days

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Crazy Days

by Ricky Stein

Texas Rock n' Roll.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. One and the Same
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2. Don\'t Leave Me Hangin\' On
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3. Keap St. (We\'ve Come a Long, Long Way)
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4. Tarrytown
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5. Shreveport Blues
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6. I Don\'t Mind
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7. Down and Out in Dallas
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8. Strange Sense of Humor
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9. Crazy Days
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10. We\'re Gonna Make It
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Austin, TX singer/songwriter Ricky Stein got his start playing weekly solo gigs at the Hole in the Wall on the University of Texas campus. Several years of hard work and steady gigging around town resulted in the production and release of "Crazy Days", Stein's 2009 independently-released solo debut. Recorded by Matt Hubbard out at Willie Nelson's "Luck, Texas World Headqaurters", the album, comprised of 10 original songs, has received critical acclaim from the Austin Chronicle, the Austin American-Statesman, and the Dallas Morning News.


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