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Masquerade For Heartache

by Starline Rhythm Boys

Ten more live tracks from the Live at Charlie-O's sessions!
Genre: Country: Honky Tonk
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1. Masquerade For Heartache
Starline Rhythm Boys
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2:24 album only
2. Jive After Five
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3:18 album only
3. Trucker From Tennessee
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2:47 album only
4. Workin' Man Blues
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4:14 album only
5. Honky Tonk Gal
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1:55 album only
6. Red's Place
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2:34 album only
7. A Mess Of Blues
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2:55 album only
8. Goodbye Train
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2:31 album only
9. I'm Fed Up Drinking Here
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10. Ubangi Stomp
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Album Notes
Voted 2008 Group of the Year by Freeform American Roots DJ's around the world, Masquerade For Heartache is the follow-up to the Starline Rhythm Boys' monumental live recording, Live at Charlie-O's World Famous. More killer live tracks. Includes a mix of originals and covers with Danny Coane and Big Al Lemery sharing the vocal duties and Billy Bratcher driving it all home on stand-up bass.

This recording demonstrates, once again, that the Starline Rhythm Boys can hold their own with anyone in delivering a scorching live performance. Honky Tonk, Rockabilly and straight up Country is what they do and they deliver it with a passion and honesty that is surely missing in today's country music scene.

"'s all right here; the tear jerkers, the crowd workers, tales of the new fools on the old stools..." -Bill Kirchen


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