Mark Leif Kahal | Dusty Roads in a Rear View Mirror

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Dusty Roads in a Rear View Mirror

by Mark Leif Kahal

An American son who's lived around and fuses Guinness with Catfish. If you like Americana, Country, Alt-Country with a little Jazz thrown in, this is a must have album!
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. Crazy
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2. I Can't Love Like I Did Loving You
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3. Long Road to Heaven Short Road to Hell
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4. All Back Together
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5. Gulf of Mexico
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6. Get Me Over Just One More Time
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7. Liza Marie
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8. Dusty Roads in a Rear View Mirror
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9. Injecting Thunder
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10. Senorita
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11. Blue so Blue
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12. Paint It Black
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Album Notes
" I'm in a shabby motel room in Carmel with a guy called Clint, Mr Eastwood to you.
And he sings me a song or few."
A dream? Maybe. MLK's album Dusty Roads in a Rear View Mirror makes this crystal clear and true to me.
An American son who's lived around and fuses Guinness with Catfish.
Someone said he wrote the songs,
others say he picked a guitar or two.
I reckon he orchestrated the whole thang on a cattle drive up to Abilene…!
Clint would know, Elvis would know and the Pogues would also know this album gets you over the line one more time…..

by Paul Edmond, Photographer & Designer


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