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Artist: Laidlaw

Title: The Foam Box Sessions

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Category: Southern Rock

Year: 2006

Label: Yessir Records

Catalog Number: None

Personnel

Robbie Locke Vocals
Craig Defalco Guitar, Slide Guitar, Lapsteel, Dobro, Bass, Acoustic, Theremin, Vocals
Brian Huffman Guitar, Slide Guitar, Lapsteel, Acoustic, Mandolin, Harp, Bouzouki, Vocals
Eric Jarvis Bass, Guitar, Slide Guitar, B-3 Organ, Vocals
Greg Hokanson Drums, Vocals
Michael Anthony Background Vocals
Joe Hardy String Section, Mellotron, Percussion

Tracks

1.  Intro  0:34
2.  Revolution Is Coming  3:43
3.  Let Your Love Light Shine  3:45
4.  Open Up Your Mind  4:03
5.  Swan Song Tribute To Led Zeppelin  3:46
6.  War Machine  3:40
7.  Sunshine Woman  3:28
8.  Austin City Wendy  3:38
9.  Nascar Superstar  3:17
10.  Are You Living Your Dream  4:14
11.  Down So Long  3:43
12.  A Little Time  5:51
  
Total Running Time:  43:42

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Existing comments about this CD

From: juan carlos Date: October 5, 2010 at 20:59
Good Southern Rock, just that, nothing more nothing less. If you love Southern Rock, this one goes for you but don't expect too much about it, enjoyable but not great IMO. Some Cool Acoustic-Based tracks.. "Down So Long" "Are You Living Your Dream" 8/10

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 7, 2010 at 17:45
Musically, it's a good CD, but it just doesn't have enough balls for me. It almost sounds like country-rock, and tries too hard to be "soulful." I put them in the same class as a band liek New Soul Cowboys or maybe Moon Dog Mane. And "Nascar Superstar" is just stupid and pandering, and I'm a racing fan.


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