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by Knobody

Classic rock in the tradition of the singer/songwriter albums of the '60's and '70's with a modern twist.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Champagne Tonight
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2. Lost In This World
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3. Heaven Couldn't Help Me Now
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4. One More Dance To Heaven
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5. Mourning Side Of Midnight
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6. Please Don't Say You Love Me
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7. Ladies (That You'd Love To Love)
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8. Heartless
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9. Ain't No Cowboys
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10. Another Jealous Guy
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11. Sister Anne
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12. Almost In Paradox
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13. Legends, Liars And Thieves
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14. I'm In Love
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15. Clock On The Wall
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Album Notes
Once upon a rhyme there were two syllables without a word to latch on to. Words came and went with reckless abandon and then disappeared as quickly as they'd been said. Never once feeling the need to attach themselves long term to unwanted syllables.

The two unwanted syllables happened to crash together quite by accident. And together they created words in a tongue that nobody had ever heard before, let alone understood. Thus a new language was born.

And it started with the local town idiots. They started picking up the language and grooving to it immensely and with sheer delight. Then the language branched out to idiots further away from home. Pretty soon it became a movement and idiots from near and far were grooving, dancing, and speaking in this unknown language made up by the two unwanted syllables.

It was put to music. Mainly because the syllables were dead broke and needed to eat. And music made this language much more accessible to a public starved for a melody, reminiscent of some distant place and time. A time where guys named after bugs and rocks created nourishment for the starving masses.

So “KNOBODY” was born. It became an album. It is here for your listening pleasure.

If you are thinking that nobody is writing songs for you, you are right.

If you think nobody in the record business cares about the music, you are right.

If you think that radio in the new millennium sucks, you are right.

But KNOBODY does. KNOBODY cares. KNOBODY is here. They see the future by going back in time. Back to when the music mattered. Back to when the audience was more than just a demographic. Back to a place in time where the music made you believe in something. Maybe even yourself.

We hope you buy a copy for yourself and love it so much you buy 10 copies for your friends. Tell your friends to buy 10 copies and so on. And pretty soon, all will be right in the world. There might still be war and pestilence, but after hearing this album,it will be FUN. It will be a joy to be a part of a world that is going nowhere so fast.

By purchasing this album for a mere pittance, you too will become an honorary KNOBODY. You'll walk proud with your head held high among the nuclear power plants and discarded scud missiles.

Rejoice, this is music for those who have been left behind by the corporate greed and ignorance. This music is for you.

And this is KNOBODY


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Earl Schube

Light listening
This CD is a little to POP sounding for me, almost Beatles like. Not rough enough around the edges but a good listen. I do like the song Another Jealous Guy very much and if more of the album had been like this song it would have been great.


great easy listening
Its true - radio sucks, and knowbody in the music industry cares about the music- its to bad- if this CD had a second of airplay on the radio, it would be a hit!

lucy in the sky

great classic feel
This album has a great classic rock feel. I love the depth in the arrangements. The music has strong influences from 70's greats like Beatles, Elton John, Leon Russell, and the lyrics are worth listening to many times to get all the meaning from them.

Doug Bom

Kick Ass Great!
The music was great, upbeat, and danceable! What a talent! I can't wait to hear a lot more from this Surprising Young Talent!


I was impressed
I was impressed. I especially liked the song "One more dance to heaven"

Dave from Studio B

Good Stuff
Brings back good musical memories..... influences of The Beatles, Lynrd Skynrd, Stones. Good stuff.