Arthur Lee & Whit Walker Present | Dixon Bendejo Trash

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Arthur's Website Other releases: VITAL SIGNS (2011) Myspace page

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Rock: Psychedelic Blues: Dirty Blues Moods: Type: Lo-Fi
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Dixon Bendejo Trash

by Arthur Lee & Whit Walker Present

A circus of sound that inhabits the mind and the groin to produce a euphoria of sense, color and smell.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Bad Education
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2. Courtesy Killed the Kind Man
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3. Take Me Over Tonight
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4. Tension and Release
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5. Solar Princess
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6. Everytime I Look At You I See Something New
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7. Totem Calling
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8. Pray for Rain
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9. You Were There for Me
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10. I Hope There's Some Sugar Down There
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Straight from the rainy winters and plush summers of Portland, Oregon comes the celebration of Arthur Lee (Hail Citizen!, Listen Like Thieves, Bryn Loosley and the Last Minute) and Whit Walker (Pay the Coyote, Watermelon Henry, Happy Inside). These two neighbors have crafted a love / hate letter to the bowels of Chicago in an attempt to register the pulse of the city through Whit's eyes and Arthur's fingers.

Whit and Arthur have since begrudgingly parted from Portland in 2007. Whit continues to write and perform in Chicago, while Arthur has somehow found a quiet spot in LA to write and perform as well. But with a tremendous backlog of songs recorded while neighbors, more projects are expected to be released in the near future.


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