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Thursday, November 6, 2014

Tow Truck Tom & The Roadside Wrecks 2002 Rope, Wire, Chain

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:30:15
Size: 69,18 MB

United States

Tow Truck formed in 1998 in the town of Rothsay Minnesota. Rothsay is a small farming community, population 450, and is located about 200 miles south of the Canadian border. The band didn't let that stop them from writing the kind of music that has influenced and inspired them. We are talking about music from the real south, with sounds of harmony guitars, solid drums and driving bass.

Tow Truck emits these sounds on stage and through their recorded work, playing off their influences, from southern rock to the blues. They have developed their sound, which they describe as Roots Rock, a combination of straight ahead rock, blues and southern rock. With solid drums and a driving bass, the foundation is set for the guitars to sing their harmonies, add some gravely vocals and an acoustic guitar, you've just brewed up a full dose of Tow Truck Tom and the Roadside Wrecks.

Rope Wire Chain is Tow Trucks third and latest album. The band switched studios for this one to get a new feel. The music was recorded and mastered at Freeman James Studios in Maple Grove Mn. Seth Phillips engineered the project and added a new dimension. This album has a little more edge which the longtime Tow Truck fans have loved.



01 - Part II 03:35

02 - Rope, Wire, Chain 03:10

03 - Grow Old 04:08

04 - Mystery Girl 04:07

05 - Manitoba Mexican 04:16

06 - One 03:37

07 - Good Night To Fly 04:05

08 - Wailing Wall 03:17

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