Fred Stickley | All About Horses

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All About Horses

by Fred Stickley

Jazz, Blues, R&B infused Pop. Compared to Elvis Costello, Steely Dan, and Traffic. Well crafted vocal and instrumental arrangments.
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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1. In the Long Run
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2. Hope in Ways
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3. When I Was Alive
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5:28 album only
4. Run Cheetah Run
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5:56 album only
5. Come My Way
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6. Shine the Light
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7. 1947
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8. When You Smile
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9. Don't Hang Up On Me Yet
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10. All About Horses
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11. Jeff's Dilemma
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Fred Stickley's "All About Horses" isn't at all about horses, but it is about a variety of musical textures.

Jazz, blues and R&B-infused pop, Fred's tunes expertly weave together classic roots, all propelled by his strong sense of melody and lyric.

An ex-keyboardist for John Hiatt, Stickley's music can be compared to that of Steely Dan, Sting and Traffic, yet still his own.

If you haven't seen his live show, this is your chance to catch one of Portland Oregon's brightest new talents, featuring his band, "The Flying Stickleys".


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the singing cowgirl

a great effort...
A great effort that should have gotten more attention. Catchy melodies, professional musicianship and good production values. The only weakness is the lyrics: They're "OK", but nothing we haven't heard before.

Tari Henke, Bandaid

All Heart - All Soul
Expertly crafted and layered . . . a collection where the music is rich and the lyrics are watertight - no one outweighing the other.

Marty Hughley, The Oregonian

an impressively polished batch of mature pop songs
All About Horses is an impressively polished batch of mature pop songs, appealingly melodic and striking a good balance of stylistic variety and cohesive identity