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Back Again

by Strawberry Alternative

Hopefully you will enjoy listenting to this disc and it will make you happy. There is a little something for everyone. We even threw in a little bit of Vincent Price tongue-in-cheek horror.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Invisible
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2. Always Been You
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3. Dangerous
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4. Easy Come/Easy Go
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5. Frontrow
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6. Someone Like Me
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7. Left Me (4 good)
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8. Sidle On Up
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9. Kept on Running
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10. Penny's Dancing
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11. Black Water
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12. Walkin' the Line
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13. Billy's Song
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This cd, "Back Again", follows up "Gone". We think it tends to be a little more of what we really sound like. It's a little more rock and blusey. The playing by everyone was just awesome and the disc turned out great, so of course we hope you enjoy listening to it. Some songs write themselves, "Invisible" for example; other songs like "Dangerous" took a bit more time. Some songs had the kitchen sink and we had to go back and listen and start taking stuff back out. Digital recording is a boon and a bane. The ability to track and retrack can be intoxicating. It can also be a trap. There were times when we said that's it; it is what it is, because once you start to "create" what you think you hear, it no longer has anything worth hearing. So that being said, if there was a bit of feedback, or the snare was a bit out of tune then it remained what you hear. An album, a chronicle, a portrait of what happened that day at that time. When I listen to music recorded back in the day it makes me happy. Not because of the writing as much as the recording. At the very top of James Brown's "GetUp (sex machine)" he counts in John (jabo)Starks on drums. I think he used a speed king bass drum pedal. They sqeaked. They always squeaked. I never had one that didn't squeak. So, 1-2-3-4 and in comes the funky drummer with "squeak-squeak-squeak-squeak" on the bass drum and the recording.
We tried to leave in the squeaks on this disc too. It's not James Brown, but it was a lot of fun to record and hopefully....listen to as well!


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