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by Rob Tognoni

Australian crunchy and gritty guitars - Hard rock Blues style!
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. Shoot the Dove Rob Tognoni
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2. Heaven or Hell Rob Tognoni
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3. Play Your Blues Rob Tognoni
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4. Cafe Deluxe Rob Tognoni
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5. Sling Blade Made Rob Tognoni
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6. Set You Free Rob Tognoni
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7. Angel Rob Tognoni
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8. Roadrunner Rob Tognoni
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9. Reasons Why Rob Tognoni
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10. F@%& It Rob Tognoni
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11. Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) Neil Young
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12. Turn Up Your Radio Master Apprentices
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Album Notes
"The short notes on the back sleeve mention 'explosive guitar playing', an 'uncompromising high octane delivery', and 'power-blues-rock'. There's no real need to expand too much on that, other than to state that this album, recorded in May 2012, is wonderfully produced. When it first roars in, the guitar nearly made me leap out of my seat..."
Blues In Britain Magazine

This album consists of 10 original tracks and 2 cover songs - Neil Young's "Hey Hey, My My" (Into The Black) from 1979 and Australian Master's Apprentices "Turn Up Your Radio" from 1970. Though Rob's trademark crunchy and gritty guitars are omnipresent "ART" also demonstrates his songwriting talents, which have continuously progressed over his last 3 or 4 studio albums and have now reached a very mature level in both style and substance. "ART" is without doubt the best ever album by Rob Tognoni!


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