Ruberslaw Dogs | Bones!

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Country: Country Rock Folk: Modern Folk Moods: Featuring Guitar
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by Ruberslaw Dogs

Rock, country and folk combine in this punchy, lyrical collection which continues the themes of love, loss, and reflection found on the earlier CD "SIT!"
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. Another Step
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2. Ruby Rose
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3:28 $0.69
3. Same Things Over & Over
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4. Higher Ground
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3:55 $0.69
5. Housatonic
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6. Glad to Be Here
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7. Two Dollar Sinner
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8. Hallelujah Gone
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9. No Perfect Dancers
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10. Makin' Tracks
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Album Notes
The R-Dogs continue along the country/rock/folk road of their first album. Influences are evident - Buffalo Springfield, Poco, and the Band come to mind.There are lots of contrasts as well, from the guitar rocker "No Perfect Dancers" to the folky "Ruby Rose". This is a guitar album - no keyboards - and there is an element of garage sound, but the lyrics continue to explore themes of love, losses, growing older, and coming home. There are stories and journeys to follow along and plenty to think about. Haunting melodies and rocking beats. Songs to remember and dwell upon. B. Alan Blair continues to write and convey his view of the world and its trials with a combination of poignant phrasing and heartfelt observations.


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