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  • 01. Gotta Lotta Rhythm
    02. Everybody's Moving
    03. Meet Me On The Corner
    04. Funnel of Love
    05. I'll Change My Style
    06. Ooh Las Vegas
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    MOTEL MIRRORS

    Gotta Lotta Rhythm

    [engl] The six-song EP features the band's take on cover tunes by Patsy Cline, Jimmy Reed, Wanda Jackson, Gram Parsons, and Glen Glenn, as well as one original (a fresh new arrangement of the Keith-penned "Meet Me on the Corner", which first appeared on Motel Mirrors' 2013 debut). Recorded and mixed entirely on analog tape at Memphis' Electraphonic Recording, Gotta Lotta Rhythm will be available as a limited-edition one-sided 12" vinyl record in Europe, with music on one side and screen-printed artwork on the other, as well as digitally.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    22.02.2019
     

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