Ten Buck Tude
"Ten Buck Tude" Shut Up (and play the blues): S. Madden Inspired by the people in our lives who give us pause before we stick our foot in our mouth and begin speaking. Near As I Can Tell: G. Burwell/S. Madden Proof of the longevity of rock & roll, this tune is decades old, conceived by Gallivan Burwell, and revamped by our own Rusty because it has attitude and it rocks. (Yeah Huh) Train Train: Trad. Arr. G. Cavenah Like a required exercise in an Olympic event, the blues has to be interpreted and expressed by an artist to fully understand (and grok) the genre. This gold medal opus was exquisitely arranged by the masterful Gaddis K. Cavenah. Real Good Time: S. Madden Sometimes songwriting can be a long and tedious process. This one wasn't. Hands of The Blues: S. Madden John Lennon said the blues is a chair, and everyone builds their chair differently. Sit on this one. Devil's Partiality: G. Burwell Gallivan's prosaic imagery has no equal. This is a book to be read and reread over and over again. You'll Never Know: S. Madden It's been said you should do one thing everyday that scares you. This is why. Just As Well: S. Madden Melancholy blues about a lesson to be learned. One more chair? Memories: S. Madden "I have grown accustomed to your behavioral patterns." Mr. Spock Jfnr: S. Madden Quod Amamus (Because We Love) Creative Contributors Rusty P. Plastic: (aka S. Madden) Vocals, Guitars Bobby Sturgil: (aka Bobby) Vocals, Drums Steven P. Madden: (aka Yeah Whatever) Vocals, Bass Rev. Leslie B. Hammond: (aka S. Madden) Vocals, Elec. Organ Recorded at Arcade Studios, Olympia Washington, USA Engineered by: Bruce Whitcomb (aka Bruce) Produced by: Bruce Whitcomb & Rusty P. Plastic for Red Arrow Records.