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My First Posthumous Release (CD Used)
Sleeve Near Mint Condition
Media Very Good Plus
he first thing you'll notice when listening to Al Rose is that his vocals sound like a strong cross between George Harrison and Jerry Garcia. He's got Harrison's nasally whine and Garcia's psychedelic lilt, and together they make for a little bit of an unsettling experience. Not that anything Rose sings about here is off the chart, mind you, it's just that it's weird how (perhaps) unintentionally accurately he's channeling the dead. Just listen to "Down the Mississippi," with its Nashville Skyline-era Bob Dylan sound giving way to that distinctive voice - only that voice somehow belongs to two other deceased dudes. Perhaps this album's title is more accurate than we might think.
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Type: CD Used
Recorded: 2008
Release Date: 2008-07-16
Label: DIY
Country: US
Item No: MHP1050
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Track List
01 Down the Missisippi
02 My first posthumours release
03 I'm gonna miss me when I'm gone
04 The miracle of pain
05 Luck and circumstance blues
06 Infectious smile
07 Haiku blues
08 Guilty pleasure
09 Mud on mud
10 Ruby Shade
11 Soft core hope
12 Half a waltz
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