Water Otter | Eaten Bread Is Soon Forgotten

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Eaten Bread Is Soon Forgotten

by Water Otter

A melodic style that blends folk, funk and alternative sounds
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. To All My Friends
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2. Houses, Roads, Names and Places
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4:14 $0.99
3. Kick the Drunken Monkey
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4. The John Lennon Song (beatles State of Mind)
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5. Doin' Alright Now
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6. I Don't Surf
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7. Not This Time
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8. Last Forgotten Star
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4:45 $0.99
9. Feel Like Going Home
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10. Where the Dogs Are Strays
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Four piece from Manchester, England with a melodic style that blends folk, funk and alternative sounds: groovy.


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Joi de Wigan

Takes me back to the good old days ...
... when bands knew how to play their instruments, and vocalists could deliver the raw emotion that the lyrics deserved. Found this band on myspace, and sent off via their website to get the album - it was signed by the bass player! A varied CD, hazily melodic with a bit of funk, psychadelic and rock and roll.

Fave tracks are John Lennon, Last Forgotten Star and I don't surf. I'd say it's a bit rough and ready, so don't buy this if you're into the super huge production sound.

Atherton Rock Weekly

Interesting debut album from the north of England
A fairly rough sound, but some honest english music in the style of the smiths and the stone roses. The beats are solid, the guitars light and jazzy, and the lyrics poetic. Not the best album you'll ever hear, but not the worst either.