Russell Reed | Rocking Da Web

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Rocking Da Web

by Russell Reed

A Style All My Own; lo-fi acoustic guitar and vocals.
Genre: Rock: Surf Rock
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1. Ruling On the Net
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2:22 album only
2. Rocking Da Web Medley
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2:08 album only
3. We Are Rocking Da Web
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2:19 album only
4. Rocking Da Web (version 2)
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1:50 album only
5. We're Gonna Do It
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3:31 album only
6. We're Gonna Do It Again
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7. Guitar Playing
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0:48 album only
8. The Bk Blues Instrumental
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9. Go Away
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10. How Could You Do It
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Russell Reed is a well known singer, musician, and songwriter. His professional career began in 1996 as manager and bass singer of a band called The RRQ. In 1998, while in Nashville TN, he recorded his first solo demo, it wasn't till a year and a half later that he disbanded the group, and went out on his own.

Now 5 CD's later, here is the man Russell Reed for your listening pleasure. He plays bass guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, and keyboard; along with being able to sing any male vocal part. This CD features his highest falsetto and his lowest bass notes ever recorded.


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