Scott Stuewe | Boy Who Can't Go Home

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Boy Who Can't Go Home

by Scott Stuewe

Memorable melodies in these well crafted songs and extraordinary finger-style guitar make this a must for your collection.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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1. Sweet Animation
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2. Boy Who Can't Go Home
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4:43 $0.99
3. Nothing Better for Me Than You
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5:07 $0.99
4. Antietam
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5. Lover Don't Wear Your Robe
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3:39 $0.99
6. Another Man
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7. A Little Piece of String
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8. Lay the Mad Mother Down
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Album Notes
Scott Stuewe's songs first came to large audiences in the late 1980s in New England. Craig Eastman and the Sundogs featured Scott's lead vocals, percussive guitar style and memorable tunes in their sold-out shows around Massachusetts and the Region. Lately, the artist has been making the rounds as a solo in clubs in the mid-west. His new crop of songs are "adult love songs" - they cover the range of love's emotion from sorrow to ecstasy and all points in between. The guitar playing provides all the instrumentation most of these songs need with percussion and bass integral to the composition on the one instrument. The melodies have roots in swing and show-tunes with a touch of rockabilly thrown in. Influences include Leo Kottke, Dan Hicks, Tom Waits, Willie Nelson. Compare to current artists M. Ward, David Wilcox and Jason Mraz.


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