Limbeck - Let Me Come Home album flac
Title: Let Me Come Home
Style: Alternative Rock, Country Rock
MP3 album: 1795 mb
FLAC album: 1331 mb
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Bass (Electric), Group Member, Guitar (Bass), Member of Attributed Artist. Composer, Primary Artist.
C G D B I've been trying to get home but it's just so far. C G I just want to be content C B No matter where I am G D C G I guess I shouldn't have to take the chance G Em C G D B I'm gonna get back to the city where I live. Em C G Em So I drove downstate in a broken car. C G D B I've been six long weeks, every night in a bar Em C G Em It's hard to find some rest in a place you don't know.
Shades of Paul Weller and Wilco surface throughout Let Me Come Home, but the youthful vibrancy of rock ’n’ roll vanishes somewhere in the process. Limbeck - Reading the Street Signs By Daytrotter October 24, 2007 12:00am. Limbeck - Big Drag By Daytrotter October 24, 2007 12:00am. Limbeck - Sin City By Daytrotter October 24, 2007 12:00am. Limbeck - Names For Dogs By Daytrotter October 24, 2007 12:00am. Limbeck - Hi, Everything's Great By Jason Killingsworth December 1, 2003 12:00am. Doug Seegers Wed, 12 Jun 2019 16:30:00 +0000.
Profile: An alternative country band, with pop-punk roots, hailing from Orange County, California formed in 1999. Members: Jon Phillip, Justin Entsminger, Patrick Carrie, Robb Maclean. Let Me Come Home (Album). Doghouse Records (2), Doghouse Records (2).
Limbeck was an alternative country band from Orange County, California signed to Doghouse Records. Formed in 1999 the band consists of Robb MacLean on vocals and guitar, Patrick Carrie on guitar and vocals, Justin Entsminger on bass and Jon Phillip on drums and percussion. They released their debut album, This Chapter Is Called Titles, in 2000 and have since released 2003's Hi, Everything's Great, 2005's Let Me Come Home and 2007's Limbeck. In December 2010 they unofficially disbanded, with each member moving on to other projects.
Limbeck - Sin City Lyrics. April We started out in Texas. Then I went and took a drive To the desert. Yeah I do. So quickly. You know the desert heat don't agree With me. And I like your city now. The people in it.
But the band's latest album, "Let Me Come Home," is on the country-punk side of the scene, reminiscent of Wilco. In fact, Jayhawks' guitarist Gary Louris served as producer. To introduce Limbeck fans to Phillip's drumming, the band is releasing an untitled five-or-six-track extended-play CD in a few weeks. We hope to have it ready when we get to Salt Lake City. It's a little on the acoustic side, but it shows Jon's drumming.
|1||People Don't Change|
|2||Long Way To Go|
|3||Everyone's In The Parking Lot|
|4||Making The Rounds|
|7||Names For Dogs|
|8||Watchin' The Moon Rise Over Town|
|9||Home (Is Where The Van Is)|
|11||To Hell With Having Fun|
|12||I Saw You Laughing|
|Dog 113, 85253-2||Limbeck||Let Me Come Home (CD, Album)||Doghouse Records , Doghouse Records||Dog 113, 85253-2||US||2005|
|DOG 113||Limbeck||Let Me Come Home (CD, Album, Promo)||Doghouse Records||DOG 113||US||2005|