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Robbin Thompson - One Step Ahead Of The Blues (2003)

21-01-2014, 08:27
Music | Blues | Folk | Country | Rock

Robbin Thompson - One Step Ahead Of The Blues (2003)

Artist: Robbin Thompson
Title Of Album: One Step Ahead Of The Blues
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: Out There Records
Genre: Blues, Roots, Electric Blues Rock, Acoustic Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 46:26 Min
Total Size: 114 Mb


1. It's Hit The Fan
2. A Little Taste
3. One Step Ahead Of The Blues
4. Orange Moon
5. Wouldn't Wanna Be You
6. Get Together
7. Cheapeake Moon
8. That Old Country Song
9. You Can't Do That
10. Train Song

Robbin Thompson has a unique claim to history. He was one of the only performers to ever actually sing in front of Bruce Springsteen. That was in the early '70's when he was lead singer in an early Springsteen group called Steel Mill. Thompson's career and noteworthiness, however, extend far beyond those roots. In the years since, he has released 8 albums, won THE AMERICAN SONG FESTIVAL twice, written songs with EAGLES bassist Timothy B. Schmit, and established himself as a gifted performer, songwriter, and studio vocalist. He is also an Equity actor.
Currently, Robbin is the Vice President and co-founder of IN YOUR EAR MUSIC AND RECORDING SERVICES in Richmond, Virginia. A company that writes and produces music for commercials and films. ONE STEP AHEAD OF THE BLUES includes songs with backing vocals by TIMOTHY B. SCHMIT OF THE EAGLES, performances by DAVE MATTHEWS BAND keyboardist BUTCH TAYLOR and a song called ORANGE MOON that was recorded in SHANGHAI CHINA featuring traditional chinese instruments. Also included is a previously unreleased song by BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN called TRAIN SONG.

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