Bobby Lounge | Somethin’s Wrong

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Somethin’s Wrong

by Bobby Lounge

Hard hitting boogie woogie gospel piano with yelling and screaming incredible Southern fried lyrics.
Genre: Blues: Piano Blues
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1. Somethin’s Wrong
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6:09 album only
2. I Don’t Care
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3:41 album only
3. A Good Man Is Hard To Find
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7:24 album only
4. Oh Baby
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7:37 album only
5. I Don’t Know
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5:16 album only
6. Squirrelsquatch
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3:46 album only
7. Style In My Life
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3:19 album only
8. Jesus On The Main Line
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3:10 album only
9. Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer
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3:47 album only


Album Notes
Bobby enjoys writing songs about the south and about people with robust lifestyles. He chooses to avoid the limelight when not performing on stage. However, on stage, Bobby is a energetic entertainer in the tradition of Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis. His song writing style has been described as \"Randy Newman with bite.\" Some songs are not appropriate for children.

Bobby Lounge was born in the deep south in 1950. He learned to play piano before his early teens and was influenced by southern gospel, blues, and barrel house piano players.


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Oh My
I found this CD because it was on the same small record label as another artist that I just discovered. Oh my, this guy is fantastic. What a songwriter. Nothing that you will hear on that radio with a "clear channel." It is very original and although I don't like naughty lyrics, this is so funny that some of the naughty themes make it all a good ride. This is my second review of a CD, but I felt compelled to let the world know, this is a real good songwriter, much like Randy Newman or Tom Waits, like the description above says.