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Owsley - Owsley (CD, Album)

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  4. The Hard Way is the second and final studio album released by American rock musician Owsley.. It was released in on the independent Lakeview label, five years after his debut album. Some of the delay was attributed to legal difficulties with his former label, Giant Records. Critics have described the album as having a "heavier" and "more mature" sound compared to his debut album.
  5. Jul 14,  · Owsley plied his wares in the bands of Shania Twain and Amy Grant in the mid-'90s, then recorded his own material at home, and offered the finished product to record companies on a take-it-or-leave-it basis — just like Tom Scholz did with the first Boston album, Owsley notes. Giant Records took it, and released Owsley's debut in
  6. Mar 30,  · A fun powerpop pill off (Will) Owsley's eponymous first record: Oh No The Radio. sparziptosatertiserbiofranymforca.coinfo
  7. Owsley's self-titled album is a very Good, very poppy and very McCartney-esque one. Almost every track is characterized by catchy tunes, interesting chord progressions, and Owsley's perfect voice. I would have to label it a new-age Beatle's album. Surprisingly, Owsley has failed to release a second, however I would keep my eyes open.
  8. May 01,  · After the second album he released a couple of one-off tunes which can still be found on iTunes. However, if you're looking for more Owsley, after picking up his first album, I would go for the Powerbill album by The Semantics, if you can find it. I believe it's only available as a Japanese import. R.I.P. Owsley.

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