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BLAZE FOLEY & THE BEAVER VALLEY BOYS

Cold, Cold World

2007-01-30

A lost album that wasn’t remastered, just finally released. And just in time. Blaze Foley and his band really are the definition of folk music. Complete with harmonious melodies, sing-a-long ditties, and foot-tapping beats, Cold, Cold World is a great album that is for any fans of Billy Bragg, Bob Seger, etc. Check out track 2 “No Goodwill Stores in Waikiki”, track 3 “In The Misty Garden/I Should Have Been Home With You”, track 7 “Baby Can I Crawl Back To You?”, track 10 “Election Day” and the last track 17, “Why Do You Treat Me Thisaway?”. This album is packed with great tunes. Lane Zoerhof

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