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  1. Mekinos Reply

    Find Webb Wilder discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Webb Wilder discography, albums and singles on AllMusic full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations DVDs & Videos All. Year Album Label About Time: Landslide Live In Concert: Landslide

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    The first new release from this roots rocker since , About Time features Webb's booming baritone vocal delivery and sizzling support from his energetic road band, The Nashvegans. Produced by notable Wilder cohort, R.S. Field (Allison Moorer, Sonny Landreth), the album showcases his charismatic singing style and unique brand of foot- stomping rock and roll music.

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    Lyrics of BATTLE OF THE BANDS by Webb Wilder: The Road Show played the best set I'd ever seen, And the Pace Sitters had a kid barely 13, Well the Fox.

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    About Time Webb Wilder. Battle Of The Bands Lyrics. Old Copper Penny Lyrics. Mary Lou Lyrics. Move It More Webb Wilder albums.

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    Battle of the Bands Everyone was counting on The Five By Five But the gate was open when the Glass Menagerie came alive A singer for the Shadows played four thirty after school And the Red (something) was rocking but they breaking all the rules It was a parking lot party for the local music fan And they were taking no prisoners at the Battle of.

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    Sep 13,  · Webb Wilder’s About Time For those of you unfamiliar with Webb Wilder, or those who only know him through his XM satellite radio program, About Time will hit you like that first kiss in the backseat of your daddy’s jalopy. The songs on About Time stand as tall as the singer, a fine combination of roots-rock and Southern-fried influences. “Scattergun,” for instance, is a somber, Marty .

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    Explore releases from Webb Wilder at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Webb Wilder at the Discogs Marketplace.

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    Well, travel out to the mark on this great Webb Wilder video and, if you look close, you'll see the inimitable Donny Roberts take both hands and just rip all the strings off. By the way, the cool cat playing bass is Houston's own Denny Blakely, currently of the Davin James band.

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