Brian Joens | Omaha

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Omaha

by Brian Joens

Small town images set to country folk grooves.
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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1. Everything's Broken Brian Joens
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2. What She Said Brian Joens
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3. Slice of the Moon Brian Joens
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4. Local Boy Brian Joens
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5. King of the Road Roger Miller
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6. Omaha Brian Joens
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7. Fool Who Waits Brian Joens
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8. Cryin' Time (patsy) Brian Joens
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9. For the Taking Brian Joens
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10. Lizzie's Place Brian Joens
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11. Nothing Left Brian Joens
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Album Notes
This 1993 release is the first of four Joens projects produced by Bernie Larsen. Laying the foundation for years to come, small town images abound on OMAHA, from lives in disrepair (Everything's Broken, Cryin'Time (Patsy)) to fond memories of a grandmother (Lizzie's Place) to a wonderfully rollicking take on Roger Miller's "King of the Road." Ian McLagan, JT Thomas, E.G. Daily and Larsen lend their talents.


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Michael Weihn

Pleasantly surprised
I purchased this CD strictly because E.G. Daily was on it & I'm a collector. I was pleasantly surprised that he has a pleasant voice, it's good music, and it's well written. My favorite track is Omaha but overall it is a very good CD well worth the little money it cost.