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  1. Dramarama Hi-Fi Sci-Fi The Hey Grandpa Song Track #13 John Easdale The Bright Side Piss Take Listed as Track #12, but its Track #23 Extreme Waiting For The Punchline Waiting For The Punchline after the last track Fight War of Words Jesus Saves after the last song Galactic Cowboys Space in Your Face Still Life of Peace Track #32 Garcia/Grisman.
  2. Jun 22,  · The album Eye on You was Reid's first recording session. I forgot to mention that back in the 's I used to hang out on the Lower East Side at the jazz lofts. I met Dave Holland very briefly, but the guy I had many conversations with was Phillip Wilson who some of you may recall played in the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Full Moon.
  3. Listen to John Easdale Radio featuring songs from Bright Side free online. Listen to free internet radio, sports, music, news, talk and podcasts. Stream live events, live play-by-play NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, college football, NCAA basketball, and Premier League .
  4. Prior to Bright Side, Easdale issued a homegrown, fan-only, no-label version of the Bright Side CD in that contained versions of songs that made the final cut, as well as some that did not. Easdale refers to it as his “blueprint” for the final collection, and fans call it the “pre-release” Bright Side.
  5. However, eventually Easdale was able to find steady players in Mike Davis, Tony Snow and Craig Ballam, who connected with Easdale circa In , John Easdale released a "solo" CD on the eggBERT label called Bright Side, on which many of the tracks featured musicians with ties to both Dramarama and the Newcomers, including Mark Englert and Clem Burke, as well as Mike Davis, Tony Snow and Craig .
  6. Album / Comment; 1: Call Me Dave: John Easdale: Bright Side - 2: No More No More: Aerosmith: Toys In The Attic - 3: Beggar's Day: Nazareth: Hair Of the Dog - 4: Blue With Lou: Nils Lofgren: Blue With Lou - 5: Your Brain On Drugs: Harry Shearer: It Must Have Been Something I Said - 6: Tranquility: Country Joe.
  7. John Easdale Format: Audio CD. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Bright Side by Easdale, John () Audio CD. $ Next. Call Me Dave 2. Bright Side 3. 13th Summer Day 4. Waiting (For That Sound) 5. Drown 6. Breaking Things.
  8. Dramarama is a New Jersey Shore-based alternative rock/power pop band who later moved to Los Angeles. The band was formed in New Jersey in and disbanded in The band formally reunited in following an appearance on VH1's Bands Reunited reality show.

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