Bob Smith | Data in Dream Life

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Data in Dream Life

by Bob Smith

FREE DOWNLOAD "More Better (healin' time)"
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Enough for Me
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2. More Better (healin time)
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3. Half Past Nine
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3:29 $0.99
4. My Ocean
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5. Tea and Sympathy
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6. Bad Luck Days
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7. Can't Get Through
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8. Most the Time
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9. Everything
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10. Tired
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11. One for the Road
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Somewhere between Bob Dylan and the Flaming Lips, with a dose of Pop for good measure. This is Bob's second solo album, released in 2003. Some very crafty and cool tunes here.


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Bob Smith has a hit on his hands!
You have to love Bob Smith. Thanks to a radio station known as Eqx "Exposure" playing his 2003 song "Half past nine" The artist has become an inside hit. So much I plan to cover the song for my upcoming album "Familiar Paths" which is expected to surface sometime next year. Even if you only like one song from Bob's album I can only hope it is "Half past nine" That song is my 37th favorite song of mine on my countdown of my favorite 40 songs to listen to. Rock up the scene!