Robert Coates | Main Street Mystic

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Main Street Mystic

by Robert Coates

Vintage country from the cornfields of Iowa. Real country and Americana
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Are You Teasing Me
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4:22 album only
2. Pretend the Night Away
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3. Riding On the Wings of an Angel
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4. 7 to Show
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3:27 album only
5. Put It Off Until Tomorrow
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6. Today Is Gonna Be
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7. A Legend in My Time
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8. More Misery for You
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9. Drifting On the Water
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10. Hey Dreams
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11. I Just Can't Leave It Alone
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12. There Ain't No Such Thing
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album was done by necessity on a shoestring budget (less than $400 bucks, start to finish). I did literally everything myself. Wrote the songs, played most of the instruments (except fiddle and pedal steel), built the studio where it was recorded, engineered the recording, produced, mixed, mastered, printed the CD inserts, promoting and marketing. The CD was recorded on vintage equipment. Mics, preamps, compressors, mixers, recording devices: all from yesteryear. Lots of tubes, transformers, and old fashioned audio tape were used. Made to sound like vintage country records. Absolutely no autotune was used. The performances and recordings are the real thing!


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