Duncecap Joyride | Where the Whiskey Pours

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Where the Whiskey Pours

by Duncecap Joyride

The second album is primarily centered on an acoustic sound with a singer/songwriter style.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Intro
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0:37 album only
2. Good Life
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4:34 album only
3. The Moon
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3:34 album only
4. Where We Belong
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4:33 album only
5. I Was Told
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4:10 album only
6. The Wrong Ones
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3:05 album only
7. Whiskey Nights
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2:31 album only
8. Not Like Me
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5:12 album only
9. Bleeding
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5:04 album only
10. Goodbye
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7:06 album only
11. Colorado Sun
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3:09 album only
12. Here You Are
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4:46 album only
13. Don't Know Why
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This second DunceCap JoyRide album is primarily centered on an acoustic sound with a singer/songwriter style. Recordings were mainly open-mic (referring to instruments not directly plugged in), which gives the feeling of listening to the band in a small room. To add to this type of sound, nearly all instruments were recorded straight through with no cutting, copying, or tapping in. Using an old time bar feel, the cover shows all the musicians in the album in front of an old local favorite Pub. Picking up the overall mood compared to the first album, Where The Whiskey Pours ranges from soft acoustic to acoustic rock.


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