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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Fuel 2000
Catalog Number: FLD 1031
|2.||Pooh's Day Off||5:20|
|3.||A Song for Jeanie||2:30|
|4.||Feel My Pain||3:36|
|7.||Don't Look Back||3:34|
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|From: Metal T||Date: May 19, 2008 at 20:32|
|Remember seeing a guy noodling around on a fiddle ( i think an Ibanez) in the early 90's in a music center/store,playing some very cool licks.I think i told him that was "some cool sh*t there" he said thanked me.Never knew who he was until recently.Turns out it was this cat "Mike Hartman".Also,came to find out he grew up only a stones throw away from where i did.Funny how that sh*t happens after the fact.Knew the guy played on some of the "DLR Band" record with Roth,but never really put it together that he was that close then.Mike was a heckuva player-especially having to deal with all the health issues and that crap."Poohs Day Off","Southern Romp" and "Stomp" are tasty little numbers.Go take a listen to the latter 2 and then "Indeedido" and "King Of The Hill" (off the dlr band disc)and you'll see where the music came from for those...Mike lost his battle with CF in 2000-R.I.P. Bro --|
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