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Debut demo CD by Dogman, which consists of Dan Stoner, Sean Ketchum, and Big Richard's Randy Williams and Jim Weyand. Included are four original songs as well as a faithful cover of King's X's "Pretend", and also a "bonus track" that serves as a "tip o' the hat" to old friends Mike and Jake Williams from Mike & Company. It was recorded at CopperMine Studio in Quincy, IL under the guidance and tutelage of producer/ engineer/ guitarist and all-around good guy Alan Lawless in March of 2002. The combined writing style of Dogman's members remains consistent in feel and execution, yet is diverse in category as these songs move from the friendly pop feel of "Cocaine Jack" to the melancholy ballad "Set Yourself Free" to the metal-esque bottom-ended "See Me" and the progressive groove flavorings of "Spellbound". The recording itself is fat and punchy, with a very natural sonic quality (no sampling here kids). All in all a well-rounded demo that I was personally very proud to be part of (thanks guys!).    jw


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Audio (96kbps):


COCAINE JACK
SEE ME
PRETEND
SET YOURSELF FREE
SPELLBOUND

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ALL TRACKS & CD ARTWORK


July 2007: The following mp3s are from a practice tape recorded at Randy's
a month or so before going in to Alan's for the CD. God bless cassettes :



COCAINE JACK REHEARSAL
SEE ME REHEARSAL
SET YOURSELF FREE REHEARSAL


Not really a 'video', just some snippets of tape put
together by Dan with 'Spellbound' playing behind it:

SPELLBOUND VIDEO (99MB)


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