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From the End of Your Leash


Download links and information about From the End of Your Leash by Bobby Bare Jr.. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 43:04 minutes.

Artist: Bobby Bare Jr.
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 43:04
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No. Title Length
1. Strange Bird 2:09
2. Valentine 3:09
3. The Terrible Sunrise 3:07
4. Visit Me in Music City 4:03
5. Your Favorite Hat 3:32
6. Don't Follow Me (I'm Lost) 3:54
7. Let's Rock & Roll 4:06
8. Borrow Your Girl 4:20
9. Things I Didn't Say 2:16
10. Your Adorable Beast 3:20
11. Beguiled Bashful and Burnt 3:42
12. That Mother F****r 5:26



The son of a Nashville country star, Bare Jr. is more than a little rock n' roll himself. He recorded with an indie-rock band that carried his name in the '90s, but his more recent work suggests he's finally found the appropriate setting for his wise-acre demeanor. His voice sacrifices pitch for a wired emotionalism that conjures up Paul Westerberg in a cowboy hat, and he's just as likely to crack a joke as he is to tug at a heartstring. (He covers "Things I Didn't Say" by Shel Silverstein, a legendary songwriter who also balanced humor with pathos.) "Valentine," a duet with Will Oldham, ambles with a frat-rock band in tow, horns blaring in raucous chaos while he opens his heart. "The Terrible Sunrise" is a sparsely picked acoustic tune where Bare sounds as if he's singing from the bottom of a well. "Visit Me In Music City," written with his dad, echoes with a lonesome musician's will to live. Bare Jr. may be young and feisty, but he road-worn all the same.