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Terry Walsh and 2 A.M. - "Harriet" Terry Walsh and 2 A.M. - "Work and Hope" Official web site of St Dominic's Trio and The Belfast Cowboys St Dominic's Trio and The Belfast Cowboys on MySpace St Dominic's Trio on Facebook Terry Walsh on Facebook

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Rock: Classic Rock Blues: Blues-Rock Moods: Mood: Intellectual
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by St Dominic's Trio

"All killer, no filler." - Matthew Perrine, Duluth Budgeteer "Poetic lyrics about life, love, loss, lust, loyalty worthy of Westerberg or Zellar. One for the ages. Duly knocked out." - Jim Walsh, MinnPost
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Free and Alive
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3:11 $0.99
2. 4th Day of May
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3:49 $0.99
3. Home on the Range
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4:42 $0.99
4. I Thought We Were Friends
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5:19 $0.99
5. She Loves You Anyway
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4:21 $0.99
6. Bike Ride on 35W
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4:25 $0.99
7. Outta Bullets
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3:45 $0.99
8. Cold Dice
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9. Freeze
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10. One Day
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Album Notes
A spinoff of the popular Minneapolis Van Morrison tribute band The Belfast Cowboys, St Dominic's Trio plays original songs by Terry Walsh (Terry Walsh and 2 A.M.) and genre-hops between Costello-like rock (4th Day of May, Bike Ride on 35W), Motown (“Free and Alive”, “I Thought We Were Friends”), and deep blues (“Cold Dice”, “Freeze”). A trio in name only, the band expands to nine pieces (including a four-piece horn section led by Vic Volare) on five of the ten songs.


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Craig Planting

Rockers and Self-Reckoning:"Switch" is a Great Roadtrip Album
Each time I get through listening to this album I feel as though I’ve been taken on a journey. To me, that’s the sign of a great rock album. The songs are about dreams deferred, trying to defy the odds, being haunted by the past and fleeting moments of freedom. The “Fourth Day of May” is the kind of all-out rocker I wish the Stones still did. It rocks so hard it makes my heart pound. “She Loves You Anyway” is a ballad with a gorgeous melody and scathing lyrics and “One Day” is a solo, acoustic ballad that closes the album with a “Here Comes a Regular”-type moment of self-reckoning.

Bottom line-get this album if you like: “(What’s So Funny ‘Bout)Peace Love and Understanding,” “Rain,” “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking,” “I’m the Man,” “Everybody Knows this is Nowhere,” “All Down the Line,” “Kiss Me on the Bus,” “Since I’ve Been Loving You,” “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go,” and/or “Jackie Wilson Said.”

Also, the crisp, pen and ink cover is cool. All of its images relate to the album’s lyrics and its fun to try and place them as you listen, especially if you’re slightly elevated.