Moonalice | Dave's Way, Vol. 3

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Dave's Way, Vol. 3

by Moonalice

Vol. 3 in a six volume series of EP's (5 songs each) that includes the core of the Moonalice live set as recorded in a studio with ace engineer and producer Dave Way.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. Fifteen Cadillacs
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4:05 $1.00
2. Mr Spaceman
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7:32 $1.00
3. Joker's Lie
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4:13 $1.00
4. Up In the Clouds
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4:16 $1.00
5. Wish We Had
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2:56 $1.00
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Moonalice is a band of hippie musicians from California with no label, no manager, no publicist, no problems and lots of fans. With John Molo on drums, Barry Sless on lead guitar, Pete Sears on keyboards and bass, Ann McNamee on keyboards and Chubby Wombat on guitar and bass, Moonalice is committed to taking the business out of music. Moonalice invented Twittercast concerts, which are free broadcasts to fans over social networks. The band's eponymous first album was produced by T Bone Burnett. It is followed up by a six volume series of EP's (5 songs each) that includes the core of the Moonalice live set as recorded in a studio with ace engineer and producer Dave Way. The first single from that series, "It's 4:20 Somewhere" has been downloaded more than 450,000 times. Moonalice grew up with Elvis and practices freedom of speech every day.


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