Todd Richards | Clouds in Blue Jeans

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Clouds in Blue Jeans

by Todd Richards

Genre: Rock: Mod
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1. Stillmatic
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2. Regan's Going Dancing Tonight
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3. Empty Room
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4. The Argument
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5. Big Top
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6. The Waves
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7. Capulet
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8. Clouds in Blue Jeans
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9. Burn Me Down
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10. Xixu
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11. Round and Round
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12. How
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13. New Tiger
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Clouds in Blue Jeans was recorded at the Alchemist theater in Bayview, Wi and mastered by Dave Cooley (Elysian Masters).
It features musical appearances by Erik Radloff (drums), Sam Monroe (drums), Matt Meixner (piano), John Ricco (congas),
Joel Courtney (trombone), Erik Gosnel (bass), Jeremy Wood (guitar) and Nick Berg (keys). Album photography by Phillipines-based artist Christine Day Lorico.


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Great pop
Excellent pop - recommended if you like Lloyd Cole, Tommy Keene, and insert underappreciated '80s popster here.