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“Stupid little things” takes listeners on a journey from the yearning of “Love me back” to the youthful feelings of loss in “Couldn’t bear to say goodbye,” captured live. The CD includes up-tempo traveling music in “Lone Star won’t be lonely tonight” and the instrumental “Emporium,” to the heartfelt “Red sky,” a song about recent mine tragedies.
"Valentine" was the first CD recorded
and includes such classics as "Monster Truck"
and "Aunt Ruthie's Seance."
"Why So Serious" shows off Richie Valentine's quirky songwriting side.
It includes novelty songs such as "Duct Tape My Heart" and
"Roadkill," as well as more serious effects such as "Dead-end Road"
The guys at Headroom Mastering did a great job on my "Stupid little Things" CD.
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