Look, Ma, No Drums! (2007)
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|2.||Thin Ice (4:09)||MP3||lyrics||chords|
|4.||Standing Tall [new recording] (4:23)||MP3||lyrics||chords|
|5.||The Most Sensitive Girl [new recording] (1:54)||MP3||lyrics||chords|
|6.||After A Woman Cheats [new recording] (1:50)||MP3||lyrics||chords|
|7.||She Was A Painter (3:33)||MP3||lyrics||chords|
Total time: 21:12
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|1.||Fight||EARL: vocal, guitars, keyboard, bass, percussion|
|2.||Thin Ice||EARL: vocal, guitars, keyboards, bass, percussion|
|3.||Hearts||EARL: vocal, guitars, keyboard, bass, percussion|
|4.||Standing Tall||EARL: vocal, guitars, keyboards, bass, percussion|
|5.||The Most Sensitive Girl||EARL: vocal, guitars, keyboards, bass, percussion|
|6.||After A Woman Cheats||EARL: vocals, guitars, keyboard, bass, percussion|
|7.||She Was A Painter||EARL: vocals, guitars, keyboard bass, kick drum
The lyrics were inspired by Moana Dixon's poem "I used to paint."
Engineered and mixed by Electric Earl.
Date of recording: July 2006, except track #7 recorded December 2006
Solo versions of "Standing Tall," "The Most Sensitive Girl" and "After A Woman Cheats" appeared previously on Home and Away.
All words and music by Earl P. Reinhalter.
This page established: March 7, 2009
Last updated: March 6, 2023
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