Changing Colours

The Sheepdogs - Changing Colours
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February 2, 2018 / Release Date
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▲ = Nobody, I've Got a Hole Where My Heart Should Be, Saturday Night, Let It Roll, I Ain't Cool, Cool Down, Kiss the Brass Ring, HMS Buffalo, Esprit Des Corps
▬ = The Big Nowhere, You've Got to Be a Man, Cherries Jubilee, I'm Just Waiting for My Time, The Bailieboro Turnaround, Up in Canada, Run Baby Run
▼ = Born a Restless Man
The Sheepdogs '70s CanCon rock band lineage can be traced back through heritage acts The Guess Who (No Sugar Tonight), Crowbar (Oh What A Feeling), Lighthouse (Sunny Days) and The Five Man Electrical Band (Signs). Although they freely admit to forming under the heavy influence of Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Allman Brothers, Humble Pie and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, The Sheepdogs are perhaps best viewed in light of their particularly Canadian pedigree. Formed just over a decade ago ... read more
Same thing they've been doing for years. If you're ok with that then you'll enjoy this album, but if you were hoping for some change then you'll be disappointed.
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#18/Classic Rock Magazine

Track List

  1. Nobody
  2. I've Got a Hole Where My Heart Should Be
  3. Saturday Night
  4. Let It Roll
  5. The Big Nowhere
  6. I Ain't Cool
  7. You Got to Be a Man
  8. Cool Down
  9. Kiss the Brass Ring
  10. Cherries Jubilee
  11. I'm Just Waiting for My Time
  12. Born a Restless Man
  13. The Bailieboro Turnaround
  14. Up in Canada
  15. Hms Buffalo
  16. Esprit Des Corps
  17. Run Baby Run
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