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The Grays

046 Ro Sham Bo by The Grays

Ro Sham Bo

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Jack Joseph Puig

When you combine the talents of Jason Falkner and Jon Brion into one band, you'd expect something special on The Grays lone album

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On episode #46 we review the lone release from The Grays, the 1994 album Ro Sham Bo. When you combine the talents of Jason Falkner and Jon Brion into one band, you'd expect something special. Does Ro Sham Bo deliver? Tune in to find out, and then join the discussion on Facebook.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Not Long For This World
  • 09:54 - Very Best Years
  • 13:30 - Both Belong
  • 18:38 - Friend of Mine
  • 23:06 - Is It Now Yet

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