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Yellow Television

by Leatherbag

Influenced by the Protopunk movement of the mid 70's and the New Sincerity of the early 80's, Leatherbag delivers an energetic bolt to the sound of rock to come.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Imitation Generation
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2. Yellow TV
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3:38 $0.99
3. Telephone Wire
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2:34 $0.99
4. Modern World
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5. Waxing Nostalgic
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6. Falling Down Again
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7. Sparrow Blues
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8. Yanni
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9. Sincerity
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
musicians:
randy reynolds
geoff dupree
drew emmons
kyle ponder
craig johnson
alex livingstone
nick richman
matt smith

produced by matt smith
additional production by kory cook
mastered by seth gibbs at Superpop Studios

engineered and mixed by Matt Smith at Hot Tracks & Ohm Recording Facility

sparrow blues dedicated to matt smith

I saw him years later living in an old house just outside of Austin in a town where the air was stale. He had put on about 30 lbs and lost a perk in his step but he still had that shit eatin' grin that everyone always talked about. We would sit on the porch all night long and talk about old times just like a couple of old guys. I sat there watching the white shaggy hair from his face blowing in the wind like an aged lions' mane and he told me he didn't have any regrets. The old man said as long as he could read and listen to music he would never really be alone. As he stared into the twilight he didn't have very many fights left in him but he still had more faith and guts than anyone I ever knew. He was a friend of mine. ---jeffrey lynn king

artwork and design by chase maclaskey
chasemaclaskey.com
all songs Randy Reynolds Music ASCAP 2011
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