Roger "Hurricane" Wilson | The Rainbow Up Ahead

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The Rainbow Up Ahead

by Roger "Hurricane" Wilson

Basic simple songs in the acoustic folk (and some electric) tradition on a variety of subjects.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Rollin' Down the Road
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2. I'll Have To Get Back With You
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3:20 $0.99
3. Georgia Springtime
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4:43 $0.99
4. I Just Don't Know What I Believe Anymore
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5. Today In Kennesaw
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6. Home Sweet Home In My RV
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7. An Ode To the Honky Tonks of Yesteryear
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8. The Ballad of Andy Rooney
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9. Shame On You Delta
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10. There's Something Wrong
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11. Sam The Bar B Que Man
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12. The Rainbow Up Ahead
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13. When It's Time To Go Home
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14. For A Thousand Trails
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This CD is somewhat different then the Blues oriented stuff of the past 8 CD's, although the last 2 were definitely headed into an Americana/Roots/Folk/Country direction. This CD is a confirmation of that, and that's OK. It's all about the song, and the song rules here. While some are Georgia oriented, others just touch on a few everyday subjects. There are NO cover songs here. That's the first time that's happened, and will hopefully be the norm from now on. The music is pleasing to the ear, the songs should be on subjects easy to relate to, and it is hoped that you will enjoy this CD as much as we did making it.


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