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Foreign Country

by One Left

journey to foreign lands and exotic women...
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. La La La La
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4:29 $0.99
2. The Mona Lisa Smile
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3:25 $0.99
3. Under Moon Lit Sky
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4:44 $0.99
4. Las Bonitas Senoritas
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3:48 $0.99
5. Isabella
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5:05 $0.99
6. Holy Land
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4:36 $0.99
7. Show Me a Night
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3:10 $0.99
8. Slide Back
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4:38 $0.99
9. La Joie De Vivre
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10. Working Overtime
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11. Girl From Memphis
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Album Notes
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After a three-year wait, one left released their 1999 album Foreign Country. This album has a stronger presence and focus, with each song aimed toward a regional musical style. A couple of the songs have a Spanish or flamenco flavor, with fine examples of this style found on "Holy Land" and "Los Bonitas Senoritas," which have very danceable beats layered with some heavy guitar riffs. On the knee-slapping "Girl From Memphis," one left takes a wide spin to the country style, showing how much talent and originality can be found in this band. There are nice production touches throughout the album: the standout "Show Me a Night" adds cello and keyboards, and "Slide Back" has some fantastically melodic slide guitar. Overall, the album gives the listener a full spectrum of fine '90s pop/rock. Riley McMahon has some hot chops and amazing riffs in his guitar vocabulary that will serve to educate and entertain many a guitarist. In Rick Rowland's vocals the listener will find some young Dylan-esque qualities, thereby giving one left a sound comparable to the Wallflowers. Percussionist Sven Abow is a virtual metronome, and bassist Eric Liefert brings not only the sound of the electric bass, but can also play standup and bowed bass. one left has put together a great album in Foreign Country, and it is well worth the cost for so much fine music.
-- Larry Belanger, All Music Guide


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All of that!
Great music. I love this CD!

Stan Roemer

Where did this come from? Rock/pop with ORIGINAL melodies? Unheard of!
I love this thing. The guitarist is unbelievable and rythym is tight tight tight!
Now if the guy could only sing...


Great CD!
I don't normally listen to this kind of music
but I got a copy of the CD from a friend and I
fell in love with it! Isabella is my favorite!
If you have never heard anything from this group, you
have to check it out!

Bill Harmon

Rock, pop and roll...
Every listen takes me somewhere new and to another part of the world. I just fantasize about the experiences behind these songs. I want to buy Isabella a coffee at some Paris cafe. Go to Cortona and climb those streets. Dance back and forth with those bonitas senoritas. Come home and get me a girl from Memphis. This is a great CD!


Thumbs UP!
This record has it all; rock, ballads, intelligent words, pop, country (from all over the darn place!)
I saw these guys a few years back and just got an email about the new CD. I'd pretty much figured they were the one CD and you're out typical band but I'm glad they're still around cause they rock live! A truly unique CD.


Turn it up way loud and watch your feet start to move! Original classic rock, how cool is that!