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22 Dollars

by Gas Money

Alt Country - Rockabilly deluxe CD. Raw alt. country tunes that swing from loose acoustic hootenanny ballads to growling roadhouse rockers; sometimes within the same song (Miles of Music)
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Drink Tickets
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4:17 $0.99
2. All Alone (in My Honky Tonk World)
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3:49 $0.99
3. Cannonball Blues
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3:17 $0.99
4. Nashville Hotel
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4:59 $0.99
5. Black Jack Davy
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3:28 $0.99
6. Pretty Bar Girl
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4:46 $0.99
7. Whiskey Drinkin' Friends
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4:07 $0.99
8. Digging a Hole to Bury My Heart
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3:39 $0.99
9. Duggo
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3:51 $0.99
10. Ballad of Tom Smith
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7:25 $0.99
11. Ridin' the Rails
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3:48 $0.99
12. Dixie Girl
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5:24 $0.99
13. South Philly Skyline
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14. Gatlin Gun Blues
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Album Notes
This Philadelphia country trio knows plenty about playing in bars - it has been doing just that for years. The band translates the experience into unvarnished, booze-soaked tales that evocatively capture the allure and the pitfalls of the honky-tonk life--Nick Cristiano/Philadelphia Inquirer

Raw alt. country tunes that swing from loose acoustic hootenanny ballads to growling roadhouse rockers; sometimes within the same song. With Rolling Stones twangy country swagger and true honky-tonk soul, Gas Money sing knowingly of what comes from a decades worth of slinging it in all the local "joints" ---Miles of Music

The lyrics are straightforward, the familiar rooted themes of some of America's most enduring music: drinkin' in a bar, listenin' to country music, nursin' heartaches, feelin' pissed off, ridin' freight trains. Or playin' for drink tickets and 22 dollars. In other words, is there anything here we shouldn't like?

Playing unrefined, rocking honky-tonk with the Stones' looseness and Hank Williams' sincerity, the trio (plus guests) bangs out tunes like "Nashville Hotel," "Ballad of Tom Smith" and "All Alone (In My Honky Tonk World)" like last call has passed and the dawn is creeping in. The band can rock, too, as on "Dixie Girl." Waylon Jennings would've been proud---High Bias


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Ron Cassidy

Its like getting laid. I can't get enough!
The music is strong and the lyrics bring it home. Drink tickets and Nashville Hotel are my fave's so far. One of the best CD'S I've heard in awhile.


Thiks CD gives lots of fun listening. Good for my office where we take care of kids, and great for the convertable on a sunny day. This is good music played by artists who know what they are about. I gotta go turn on my ipod.

Randy G

good ol boy's
Great CD ,ITs like a combonation of all my favorites .Not just another Nashville clone or a pretty boy in a cowboy hat


Nothing like it to kick back and start the weekend with. Even my kids in their 20's liked it. And they are hard to please! Thanks for some great tunes.

Father Luke

Kicks some serious balls
Time for music. And I don't mean some of that candy ass, country twang, make-a-bunch-of-money-seeya' bullshit that passes for music on Amazon dot com and Borders Books. This shit's the real deal.

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Father Luke

Liz Cooper

Southern soul from a northern band is a good thing.
And these guys feel it and sing it in these great songs. I heard them on XM public radio, bought the CD, bought another, and will problably buy another. Each song is unique so you don't tire of the same ole something. Great energy in this group and their music.