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  1. My Mama Said Be Careful Where You Lay Your Head
  2. From the Wreckage Build a Home
  3. With Your Two Hands
  4. It's a Longer Road to California Than I Thought
  5. Loyal Friend and Thoughtful Lover
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  1. My Mama Said Be Careful Where You Lay Your Head
  2. From the Wreckage Build a Home
  3. With Your Two Hands
  4. It's a Longer Road to California Than I Thought
  5. Loyal Friend and Thoughtful Lover
  6. Every Other Sunday Morning
  7. Raising Hands Raising Hell Raise 'Em High
  8. When That Fever Takes a Hold on You
  9. The Heart It Beats the Thunder Rolls
  10. A Husband and a Wife Should Sleep Together
  11. This House Is a Hotel
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The Wind and the Wave, the Austin, Texas-based folk, country, and pop duo of Dwight Baker and Patricia Lynn (she's the wind and he's the wave, according to press releases), will undoubtedly be marketed as a country act, but as From the Wreckage, the duo's debut album, shows, this is Austin country rather than Nashville country, and it drifts closer to a rootsy kind of Americana folk-rock. Produced by Baker in his own Matchbox Studios, From the Wreckage has a bright, sharp sound full of big atmospheric drums and indie guitar ...

From the Wreckage 2014, RCA

UPC: 888430695627

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