|Tonight At The Arizona|
|Studio album by The Felice Brothers|
|Released||June 25, 2007|
|Genre||Americana, Folk rock|
|The Felice Brothers chronology|
Album cover for re-release in 2008
Tonight At The Arizona was released in 2007 by The Felice Brothers on English Label Loose.The influence of Bob Dylan and The Band is evident in many of their songs, such as "The Ballad of Lou the Welterweight", a roots revivalist folk ballad "...based on a story my grandpa used to tell us about" as James Felice put it. The imperfections in the recording of "Hey Hey Revolver" are supposedly from a lightning strike during the recording of the song. In 2008, the album was re-issued with three additional tracks: "Nowhere New York", "The Country Is Gone," and "Got What I Need" from their previous album, Through These Reins and Gone .
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