Paul Westerberg - My Road Now (File, MP3)

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  1. Sep 25,  · MP3: Paul Westerberg:: My Road Now. Posted on September 25, September 25, Paul Westerberg. 6 thoughts on “ Paul Westerberg:: My Road Now ” nick says: September 25, at pm GREAT song and great comments. I, too, get mixed messages from the song, but I agree that it’s moving as hell. Westerberg is a musical treasure.
  2. Paul Harold Westerberg (born December 31, ) is an American musician, best known as the lead singer, guitarist and songwriter in The Replacements, one of the seminal alternative rock bands of the s. He launched a solo career after the dissolution of that band. In recent years, he has cultivated a more independent-minded approach, primarily recording his music at home in his basement.
  3. Jul 21,  · Released for download only for 49 cents. Originally due to be released on July 19, but technical difficulties delayed it until July "It's one MP3 file, with a whole mess of songs, so even though it's only one download, you're getting plenty of songs.".
  4. Aug 14,  · After barely being released, Paul Westerberg’s excellent was pulled from the digital market last week. The reasons are somewhat unclear, but the almost universal understanding seems to be that it has to do with copyright issues – namely the medley of famous songs that Westerberg runs through toward the end of the album.
  5. Released on Amazon's MP3 store somewhere during the week of July 21, because they were the only digital retailer willing to accommodate Westerberg's price point of 49 cents, is a minute full-length presented as a single MP3 file with no names for its dozen or so songs, and no breaks between them either, forcing listeners to hear the.
  6. “My Road Now” | (Single released for free distribution online in Sept. – download here) “This Machine” b/w “Foolish Hand Shake” (vinyl single credited to Mr. F) | Nimbit Music Included with purchase were MP3 downloads: “Grandpaboy’s Last Stand” and “Grandpaboy’s Last Stand (epilogue)”.
  7. The MP3 era began in July At that point, it had been four years since Paul’s previous record, “Folker”, came out. In December , Paul severely injured his left hand in a .

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