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The Back Seat Of My Car - Dave Depper - The Ram Project (File, MP3)

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  1. DEPPER, DAVE - THE RAM PROJECT Multi-instrumentalist who has played with THE DECEMBERISTS, MIRAH, JOLIE HOLLAND, NORFOLK & WESTERN, etc etc records his first solo record, a complete (and solo) reworking of Paul McCartney's "Ram". TRACKLISTING: TOO MANY PEOPLE 3 LEGS RAM ON DEAR BOY UNCLE ALBERT / ADMIRAL HALSEY
  2. The RAM Project By Dave Depper. • 12 songs Ram On-1 - Reprise. The Back Seat of My Car. More by Dave Depper. Emotional Freedom Technique. The Ram Project. Let's Go. And Where Were You? (30 Days, 30 Songs) Utrecht Suite. More Dave Depper. Listen to The RAM Project now. Listen to The RAM Project.
  3. Dave Depper. 22 Tracks; 2 Albums; Top tracks. $ The Back Seat of My Car from The RAM Project $ Long Haired Lady from The RAM Project $ Eat at Home from The RAM Project $ Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey from The RAM Project $.
  4. Nov 22,  · Undo two bolts on each side of the seat from that raised mounting platform thingie. Then lift the seat straight up to get the 3 holders out of the wall. Then just pull the carpet back and get that wall and some of the floor. It is pretty easy. Be sure you cut holes in the dynomat for the little holders to go back .
  5. Amazingly, my little experiment caught the ear of a couple record labels, who astonished me by asking if I’d be willing to release the record with them. In May , The Ram Project was released in the US by Jackpot and in Europe by City Slang.
  6. Jul 06,  · "Back Seat of my Car" is a great song. My personal tastes, however, lead me to conclude that the drums are weak-sounding and buried on this recording. I would love to hear the song remixed with the drums a bit more forward. J. D.
  7. Re-recording classic rock albums has been an indie staple stretching back to the ‘80s, when Pussy Galore did their own cassette-only spin on Exile on Main St. and Sonic Youth were long rumored to cover the White Album in its entirety, but Portland indie musician Dave Depper’s The Ram Project has more in common with Karl Wallinger’s alleged practice of re-recording the Beatles.
  8. Photo by Carlos Cruz. Every week, KEXP features a new local artist with an interview and suggested tracks for where to start. This week, we’re featuring Portland songwriter Dave Depper, who plays Bumbershoot this Sunday at PM on the KEXP stage.. You might have heard Dave Depper's playing and not even known it. The Portland musician's resume is a veritable "who's who" of Northwest indie.

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