The New Baldones | Lives Collide

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Lives Collide

by The New Baldones

Rock with an touch of country, a dash of pop, a pinch of soul and funk. Songs that get Inside your head.
Genre: Rock: American Trad Rock
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1. Accident Waiting to Happen
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2. Big Is My Love
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3:39 $0.99
3. Invisible
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4. Falling
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5. Best Days
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6. All About You
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7. Cross the Line
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8. World Turning
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9. Drivin' Me Crazy
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10. Carry My Heavy Heart
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11. Talk so Big
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Album Notes
The New Baldones consists of Bob Hoot (guitar/vocals), Doug McLeod (bass/vocals) and Dave McGuire (drums). The New Baldones were joined by guest vocalist Pam Stampen and guitarist Dave Boyd on their album release entitled Lives Collide. In the summer of 2012, these veteran musicians laid down 11 songs written by Hoot at Blast House Studios in Madison, Wis.

"The band was able to get all the tracks laid down in a very short amount of time because we had rehearsed and played these song a lot before we entered the studio. That is except for one track that we had only played a couple of times and never altogether as a band," said Hoot. "In the end, we self-produced this album. But I have to give credit to our engineer, Landon Arkens for giving us his objective ears."


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