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Bill Foreman - Chevy W/ Balding Tires album

Bill Foreman - Chevy W/ Balding Tires album
  • Performer Bill Foreman
  • Title Chevy W/ Balding Tires
  • Date of release 2004
  • Style Folk Rock, Surf, Lo-Fi
  • Other formats AUD MP4 VOC MP1 VOX VQF ASF
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1191 mb
  • Size FLAC 1396 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 519

Singer-Songwriter Bill Foreman routinely achieves what few songwriters attempt: each song presents a world seen through someone else's eyes. Through his music, in bare-bones solo acoustic performance or multi-instrumental recordings, the listener experiences Queens, NY as a homeless man, spends a lost weekend in Canada as a heavy-drinking college freshman, and drives from LA to the desert as a man at the end of a romance-to take only a few examples. Bill recorded his first solo album in 1997 after a series of collaborative recordings with like-minded musicians.

Listen to The Desert from Bill Foreman's Chevy w/Balding Tires for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Bill Foreman has worked the past two decades making beautiful, unique music for a small, but dedicated and growing, audience. His formative years were spent in Del Mar, California, listening to his father play Johnny Cash songs on his guitar and hearing his mother’s Beatles records. Hoping to channel his adolescent rebellion in a positive direction, his parents rented 12-year old Bill a drum kit and sent him for lessons.

Chevy w/Balding Tires is an album set in a very real place in Foreman’s mind and the United States. Foreman experiences this place-Riverside, CA-from the middle of it, as a high-school history teacher. After work, the troubadour takes his eloquent stories and sets them to a backdrop of mode melodies, or as Left Off the Dial put it, a small-town musical version of ‘Magnolia’ or ‘Short Cuts’. No one ever talks about this part of California. It’s either about Hollywood glamour or beauty and the beach. Foreman continued, American politics is always about keeping the rich.

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Song Parodies - "Eight Balding Tires". Original Song Title: "Great Balls of Fire". Original Performer: Jerry Lee Lewis. Parody Song Title: "Eight Balding Tires" LOL This brought back memories. Years ago, the old car I drove actually had wires sticking out of the tires. And mushrooms grew on the floor in the back. This parody's got traction. Bringing back baaaad memories for me - last summer my pick-up blew 4 tires in 10 days!

Tracklist

1 Chevy W/ Balding Tires 3:27
2 A Man And His Laboratory 2:50
3 When My Wife Takes Me By My Hand 5:10
4 My Favorite Recipe (For Dawn) 2:32
5 The Man From Manila 3:08
6 To An Angry Pot Farmer 4:14
7 The Desert 4:40
8 Target Practice 3:13
9 Out And Upward 4:16
10 The Caddy 3:31

Credits

  • Artwork By – Brian Forden
  • Artwork By [Cover] – Henry Schenck Tanner

Notes

All instruments and singing by Bill Foreman. Recorded in Riverside, CA. All songs by Bill Foreman, (C) 2004 General Ludd Music, ASCAP

Bill thanks his friends and family, and dedicates this record to Dawn.

Cover: Henry Schenck Tanner, Map of the United States of Mexico, 1846. Used with permission of University of Arizona Library.

Packaged in a digipak case, and the CD booklet contains lyrics to all songs, as well as fragments of directions after each song.