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Danny Boone – Fish Grease (2014)

3-07-2014, 06:29
Music | Country | Other | FLAC / APE

Danny Boone – Fish Grease (2014)

Artist: Danny Boone
Title Of Album: Fish Grease
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: AVJ Records
Genre: Country, Other
Quality: Mp3 | Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 42:15 Min
Total Size: 106 Mb | 308 Mb


01. Raise A Toast
02. Camo Bikini
03. Fish Grease
04. All They Wanna Hear
05. Down To The River
06. My Small Town
07. Don’t Take The Whiskey From Me
08. Who I Am
09. From The Radio
10. Spud Webb
11. 1965
12. I Just Want Her Back

KATHLEEN -- Singer/songwriter Danny Boone of Rehab fame released his first solo album in June that has its roots in his native Warner Robins.
Born Danny Alexander, the 45-year-old artist was dubbed “Danny Boone” and “Boone” by his aunt when he was 4. The nickname stuck and ended up becoming his stage name. He’s a founding member of the group Rehab, which disbanded recently so its members could pursue solo careers. The group last performed in Macon at The Crazy Bull nightclub in May.
“Fish Grease,” which is both the name of the album and the first recording released from it, is about growing up in the South.
Included on the CD is a song called “1965,” about his father’s time in Vietnam. It was written for his dad’s 70th birthday. Another called, “My Town,” is about how much things change from childhood to adulthood.
“It’s definitely rooted in Warner Robins,” said Alexander from his makeshift studio next to the home in Kathleen that he shares with his wife, Elizabeth. They have two children, ages 25 and 17. “I don’t know how to write like that about any other place.”

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