The Pepper Tones | Murphy's Garage

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Murphy's Garage

by The Pepper Tones

Bluesy rock with interesting chord progressions, good lyrics, hot guitar, good melody. Music for passionate music fans who appreciate well crafted songs.
Genre: Rock: Southern Rock
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1. You Said You Love Me
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2. Jericho Hill
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3. You Get One More Friend
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4. Galleria
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5. Back to Marion
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6. Fassen Street
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7. Get Away
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8. Song for My Brother
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9. Iola
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10. Dark Skies, Your Eyes, And the Blues
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11. Desperate Situation
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Since the release every song on this CD has been touted as a favorite by one listener or another. The most popular song is Back To Marion, a great prison escape tune with a massive southern rock style lead in the middle. Jericho Hill is funky and ends with a live jam that will have you listening over and over. Iola is a complete departure in to jazzy singer songwriter territory. Several fans have suggested it would make a great theme song for TV. Galleria plays tribute to Freddy Fender and Jimmy Buffet telling a twisted story of love. Get Away blends a jazzy chord progression with a softhearted sentiment, reminding some of Steely Dan or the Grateful Dead. Song for My Brother is a true story. It's a blues with beautiful lead, check it out.

The CD was recorded in 2012 in St. Louis, Missouri.

notes by Jeff Kelley


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