The Whiskey Mountain Way - Stomp On Me - EP 2011
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It is of great importance for me to announce the following: A double whammy occurred on July 29, 2011. The combined force of an EP release and a live show send shock waves through the collective conscience of mountain folk everywhere. The eagle cried, its talons full of salmon. The bear shook its head up and down, its mouth full of salmon. The wealthy shuddered in their air conditioned bistros, while their square plates arrived nearly barren with portions of salmon that attempted to justify costing thirty dollars.
Because even the rich as fuck try to understand what The Whiskey Mountain Way believes every time we unleash five new songs upon the world: It's all about presentation, baby. Beard of Bees upped the ante and enlisted the pencil wizardry of Brian Duey to create some killer artwork for the music that you are probably loading onto your mobile music device and will only view on a tiny screen. We understand, which is why there are massive image files enclosed for you to pore over every detail.
What about the music? Five heavy hitters about losing whiskey, losing women, and holding on to the dream. We are confident that every fan can relate, for they too have adjusted their lives to the Mountain Code to feel the collective pain experienced in the Mountain Way. Or they are chuckling at Starbucks, drinking their tall iced coffees, curiously named when you see actually see one. So hold onto your beards and bosoms, already, and get listening.
1. Whiskey on the Floor
2. Gettin' Ripped
3. Forget About Tonight
4. Another One in the Bag
5. Stomp On Me
Released: July 29, 2011
The Whiskey Mountain Way is:
Beard of Bees, Oakland Johnson, Reverend D, and Libby Belle
Horns by The Wild Turkey Ensemble
Whiskey Bottle Drawing by: Brian Duey - www.DueysDrawings.com