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Mascot Label Group announces the arrival of the latest from certified LA guitar legend Michael Landau, Rock Bottom, on 23-02-2018, and it's a mind blowing trip. Rock Bottom sounds like it left the Morrison Hotel in 1970, got lost in Laurel Canyon, and finally found it's way out onto Ventura Boulevard in 2017. It suggests Joni Mitchell's heady brew of imagery laden words and mystical melodies as easily as it evokes Hendrix, Arthur Lee and Love's Forever Changes, and Buffalo Springfield. It is, however, above all, an album with a singular voice of it's own. Have you ever been experienced? Well, this album will get you where you're going.
Mascot Label Group announces the arrival of the latest from certified LA guitar legend Michael Landau, Rock Bottom, on 23-02-2018, and it's a mind blowing trip. Rock Bottom sounds like it left the Morrison Hotel in 1970, got lost in Laurel Canyon, and finally found it's way out onto Ventura Boulevard in 2017. It suggests Joni Mitchell's heady brew of imagery laden words and mystical melodies as easily as it evokes Hendrix, Arthur Lee and Love's Forever Changes, and Buffalo Springfield. It is, however, above all, an album with a singular voice of it's own. Have you ever been experienced? Well, this album will get you where you're going.
819873016335
Michael Landau - Rock Bottom

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Format: Vinyl
Label: PRRD
Rel. Date: 02/23/2018
UPC: 819873016335

Rock Bottom
Artist: Michael Landau
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $21.99
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DISC: 1

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9. Heaven in the Alley 1
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Mascot Label Group announces the arrival of the latest from certified LA guitar legend Michael Landau, Rock Bottom, on 23-02-2018, and it's a mind blowing trip. Rock Bottom sounds like it left the Morrison Hotel in 1970, got lost in Laurel Canyon, and finally found it's way out onto Ventura Boulevard in 2017. It suggests Joni Mitchell's heady brew of imagery laden words and mystical melodies as easily as it evokes Hendrix, Arthur Lee and Love's Forever Changes, and Buffalo Springfield. It is, however, above all, an album with a singular voice of it's own. Have you ever been experienced? Well, this album will get you where you're going.
        
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