Robert One-Man Johnson | Soft Shoulders, Dangerous Curves

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Soft Shoulders, Dangerous Curves

by Robert One-Man Johnson

Eclectic Folk/Blues performed live, in-studio with vocals, guitar, harmonica, high-hat cymbal and 12-string bass foot piano played simultaneously
Genre: Blues: Folk-Blues
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1. You're the One
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2. '81 Mercedes
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3. Your Turn to Be Blue
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4. Paradise in Her Eyes
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5. Hypochondria
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6. Time to Live
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7. Low Down Dirty Shame
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8. Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
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9. Ooh! Baby Ooh!
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10. I Ain't No Monkey On a Stick
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11. December Man
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12. Just Do Me
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13. Too Much Yang, Not Enough Ying
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14. Soft Shoulders, Dangerous Curves
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is my 9th album sine 1976, but my first in a completely solo format since 1978's '54 Chevrolet Panel Truck Blues. 14 original songs that vary from a love song with a Bo Diddley beat, to fingerpicking folk style about an old Mercedes Benz, rocking shuffle blues featuring left leg on foot piano, banjo-esque slide guitar on a song about highway signs, and many other wry comments about life and 40 years of playing music around the world.


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