Speed Trap (harp)

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The legacy backward-echo-harp mix. So what does it sound like when you play a drum hit backwards into a long echo with a phase shifter then turn it around you ask? Behold. Frank Sarcia generously offered to provide that note and a great many more to this song that seems to have turned into a sort of country sounding thang. Brian did not die making this recording but the extent of his breathing capacity was bench marked here. Well done sir.

lyrics

Goin away, makin time to play
You go back no matter what I say (every day)
I hear your voice ringin in my head
You never listen to a word I said
(I think you're better off dead)

So you say there's somethin wrong with me
What a lesson this is gonna be
You know you always make me feel a fool
Nothin left to keep me here with you

Speed trap, limit 55
gimme half a life
or is it just a come on

Speed trap, immitate life
throwin in a line
beggin me to come on home

Pass on the left, don't pass on the right
You made me look for your flashin light
Throw me back or you can take me home
I took your bait on the road alone

Ain't drinkin wine but I'm feelin fine
Sleepin all day, drive all night
Sing a song, just to move it along
slow down but you come on strong

Speed trap, limit 55
gimme half a life
baby won't you shut your

Speed trap, imitate life
Cheese with that whine
beggin me to come on home
come on home

Dare to take a ride with me
see these things we're gonna see
I ain't gonna ask no more
what are you lookin for?

Copyright 2002 Robert J. Sellon
All rights reserved worldwide.

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from Play​-​age, released July 24, 2014
Frank Sarcia - drums
Brian Templeton - harp, harp-sirens
Bob - vocal, guitars, organ, COWBELL.

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Bob Sellon Billerica, Massachusetts

Bob Sellon is a singer/musician, songwriter, producer and software developer from Billerica Massachusetts. With 2 commercial CDs to his credit, Sellon is perhaps best known for birthing the first commercial audio looper, the JamMan, loved by many and even inspired the 1997 Best Country Instrumental Performance Grammy winner "Jam Man" by Chet Atkins. Sellon also owns and operates StecRecords.com. ... more

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