Rich Henry | A Case Of Mistaken Identity

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A Case Of Mistaken Identity

by Rich Henry

Rock with a Twist.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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1. Strange Thengs
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2. Big Bang Shell
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3. Don't Care
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4:42 $0.99
4. A Case of Mistaken Identity
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5. Still Too Far Away
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6. Captain's Song
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7. Hero Man
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8. For Your Love
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9. Look At Us
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10. Going Mad
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11. Laura
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After a number of years of doing the band thing I opted out of the seen to go solo. The songs on this first album were all written and performed by myself. The magic of MIDI was alive and kickin then as you can hear by a lot of the synth and drum parts. As a guitar player the licks were tastefully done and reflect the period pretty well. Some of my personal favorites on the CD are "Look At Us", "Big Bang Shell", and "Captains Song".
My favorite ax then was an early 70's Strat with noiseless pick-ups going through various affects like a DOD250, and either A Marshall or Fender amp and a slough of outboard gear.


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