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My Head - Weatherbox - Follow The Rattle Of The Afghan Guitar (Vinyl)

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  1. Recorded in multiple locations in California, Follow The Rattle of the Afghan Guitar finds Warren & Co. returning to the colossal pop-rock that made 's American Art so likable, while keeping the frontman's expanded lyrical ideas from the psych-folky Cosmic Drama intact.
  2. Dec 05,  · Weatherbox – Follow the Rattle of the Afghan Guitar. Artist: Weatherbox Album: Follow the Rattle of the Afghan Guitar Released: October Free To Download?: No Style: Emo, Indie Rock For Fans Of: Sunny Day Real Estate, Jawbreaker: Sunny Day Real Estate, Jawbreaker.
  3. Prices include shipping. $20 minimum please: 12": A Great Big Pile of Leaves - You're Always On My Mind (Cyan Blue /) $15 Animals As.
  4. My Head By Weatherbox. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. My Head. Featured on Follow the Rattle of the Afghan Guitar. More by Weatherbox. The Cosmic Drama. Flies in All Directions. American Art. Split Single. The Clearing. More Weatherbox.
  5. Weatherbox. Album Follow the I know my head has never been a friend of mine Of mine Of mine A friend of mine Follow the Rattle of the Afghan Guitar Weatherbox. 1. Secret Muslim.
  6. Weatherbox played through an excellent blend of old and new material that kept every head in the room banging right until they closed with "Trippin' The Life Fantastic", one of my personal favorites. "Follow The Rattle of The Afghan Guitar" by Weatherbox. Follow The Rattle of the Afghan Guitar is released.
  7. On Oct. 4, Weatherbox's new EP, Follow The Rattle Of The Afghan Guitar, will be available on inch vinyl and digitally. This six-song, minute release was mastered specifically for vinyl by the incredibly talented Paul Gold at Salt Mastering, and is currently being pressed by the fine folks at Cleveland's own Gotta Groove Records.
  8. May 04,  · Side two of Donald Fagen’s Sunken Condos, that is if you bought the neat-looking clear vinyl version, starts smartly with the track “Weather In My Head.” Expertly played by mostly Steely Dan regulars with help on rhythm guitar by former Bob Dylan guitarist Larry Campbell, the song provides a funky slow burn in support of Fagen’s.

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