Purgatory Hill

This is our first album released in 2009.

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  1. 1 $0.49 Sintro 00:39
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  2. 2 $0.99 Blues of Sin / Babylove 05:13
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  3. 3 $0.99 Reset Me Lord 05:10
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  4. 4 $0.99 No One's Daddy 03:48
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  5. 5 $0.99 42 Blues 04:21
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  6. 6 $0.99 Drinkin' Or Drivin' 04:57
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  7. 7 $0.99 The Little Things 03:16
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  8. 8 $0.99 Count To Ten 03:35
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  9. 9 $0.99 [Info] Me Ze Monsta 02:42
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  10. 10 $0.99 [Info] Rollin' and Tumblin' 04:24
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  11. 11 $0.99 [Info] Wanna Be Your Dog 02:59
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  12. 12 $0.99 Shut Up 04:24
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  13. 13 $0.49 Purgatory Risin' 02:45
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Invisible Pistols

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  1. 1 $0.99 Suit Of Glass 04:37
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  2. 2 $0.99 Invisible Pistols 03:47
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  3. 3 $0.99 Purgatory Pitch 04:07
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  4. 4 $0.99 I Pray It Never Comes 03:54
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  5. 5 $0.99 Shady Grove 03:25
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  6. 6 $0.99 Cookie Jar 03:05
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  7. 7 $0.99 Space Kitty Blues 03:13
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  8. 8 $0.99 Blue Motorcycle 02:03
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  9. 9 $0.99 Time Will Tell 01:59
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  10. 10 $0.99 CrAzy Head 04:30
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  11. 11 $0.99 Late Night Mama 07:41
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pat mAcdonald - Lockbox Babies Vol.1 (Solo Acoustic)

"A number of people over the years have expressed interest in hearing an album of just me singing and playing a bunch of my songs on acoustic guitar.
While it is true that most of them are written that way, i was never really excited to do a whole album like that. This one just sort of slowly materialized out of spare parts. "Lockbox Babies" are the songs that go into storage soon after they"re written. They're the misfits, the ones that don"t make it onto albums. This is not to say they were bad songs. They just didn"t seem to fit anywhere. Some showed sides of me i didn"t want people to see. Many were memoirs of loneliness and heartbreak appropriately played solo and privately. But some could be barroom anthems and i don’t know why i stopped playing them. None have been released before in any form that i know of. A few were never played again after these recordings were made. I shouldn"t be surprised that they all fit together (all being such misfit birds of a feather) but i am.
The oldest (tracks 2 & 6) are circa 1995, captured by Paul Dieter at Jackson Browne's studio in Santa Monica, CA. The opening song was recorded by Vincent Gates at his home in Seattle -a 2006 session my friend Joe Kaftan helped set up. Track #9 was written at the St. John Songwriter Festival and recorded there by Steve Hamilton. The rest are all self-recorded, sonically improved in the mastering by Holiday Music Motel engineers Billy Triplett (at the Holiday) and Steve Hamilton at Makin’ Sausage Studio in Milwaukee. I can’t thank these guys enough. Thanks to melaniejane too !!! And thank you for investing a little listening time. It"s only twelve songs. Most are under three minutes." -p.mAcd

Here's the track list: 1. SPLINTERS (2:40) 2. CAN"T TELL THE RAIN (2:59) 3. SOFT GUITAR BLUES (3:03) 4. INNOCENT AS LIGHTNING (3:31) 5. OBSESSING ON YOU (3:06) 6. TIME OFF MY HANDS (2:02) 7. WHY’D YOU PICK THAT FIGHT? (2:52) 8. THE LONG GOODBYE (3:56) 9. THE COVER (2:23) 10. AN ARMY OF ONE (2:26) 11. DEEP IN MY HEART (2:34)
12. CURRENCIES (2:32)

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  1. 1 $0.99 Splinters 02:40
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  2. 2 $0.99 Can't Tell The Rain 02:58
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  3. 3 $0.99 Soft Guitar Blues 03:03
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  4. 4 $0.99 Innocent As Lightning 03:31
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  5. 5 $0.99 Obsessing On You 03:06
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  6. 6 $0.99 Time Off My Hands 02:01
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  7. 7 $0.99 Why'd You Pick That Fight? 02:52
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  8. 8 $0.99 The Long Goodbye 03:56
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  9. 9 $0.99 The Cover 02:22
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  10. 10 $0.99 An Army Of One 02:25
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  11. 11 $0.99 Deep In My Heart 02:33
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  12. 12 $0.99 Currencies 02:32
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