- Performer:Blaze Foley
- Title:The Dawg Years
- Date of release:July 6, 2010
- Recording date:February, 1976 - September, 1978
- Size FLAC version1938 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1839 megabytes
- Size WMA version1255 megabytes
- Formats:DTS XM DMF VQF WMA RA
The Dawg Years is a collection of 20 Foley songs, recorded when his moniker was Deputy Dawg. They were cut during three different living room sessions between February of 1976 and September of 1978. They may or may not be his first recordings, but they are from the very beginning of the myth and legend that he became. They were intimately cut at the home of Margery & Billy Bouris and sat in the back of a closet for 25 years. This is the first time they've been released in total - 20 tracks worth
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The Dawg Years is a collection of 20 Foley songs, recorded when his moniker was Deputy Dawg. This is the first time they've been released in total – 20 tracks worth.
Foley made an excellent, well-produced studio album during his brief life, but if you really want the essence of the Duct Tape Messiah – sometimes tender, sometimes comically full of shit – this might be the better purchase. A note to readers: Bold and uncensored, The Austin Chronicle has been Austin’s independent news source for almost 40 years, expressing the community’s political and environmental concerns and supporting its active cultural scene. Now more than ever, we need your support to continue supplying Austin with independent, free press.
This page is dedicated to the memory of the duct tape messiah. One winner will receive this guitar and vinyl soundtrack, five runners-up will receive vinyl soundtracks and a Blaze Texas tour poster signed by Ethan Hawke. Haven't heard Blaze's songs? Well, 1) you're really missing out and 2) Ethan has helped you out with this curated this site playlist. Contest is open until 11:59 PM 9/3 so get entering.
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Blaze Foley's 113th Wet Dream. Format: CD. Item Condition: New and unplayed. Rudee Down in New Orleans.
On February 1, 1989 in Austin, Texas, Foley was shot to death while helping his friend Concho January defend himself from his violent son Carey January. Carey January was acquitted of murder in the first degree by reason of self-defense. Friends of Foley were outraged at the verdict.
CreditsBasil Bouris - Liner Notes, Producer
Mike Boyle - Photography
Blaze Foley - Primary Artist
Will Land - Cover Photo
Rick Rowe - Mastering
Wanda Witt - Photography
|1||You'll Get Yours Aplenty||Blaze Foley||2:09|
|2||I Should Have Been Home||Blaze Foley||2:10|
|3||Tree House Lullaby||Blaze Foley||2:12|
|4||Election Day||Blaze Foley||2:32|
|5||Let Me Ride in Your Big Cadillac||Blaze Foley||2:41|
|6||The Moonlight Song||Blaze Foley||2:40|
|7||Cold, Cold World||Blaze Foley||2:35|
|9||Fat Boy||Blaze Foley||2:58|
|10||Cosmic Doo Doo||Blaze Foley||1:48|
|11||Crawl Back to You||Blaze Foley||2:21|
|12||June or September||Blaze Foley||2:39|
|13||Living' in the Woods in a Tree||Blaze Foley||2:09|
|14||Basil's Song||Blaze Foley||2:09|
|15||Rudee Down in New Orleans||Blaze Foley||2:07|
|16||New Wave Blues||Blaze Foley||2:11|
|17||Big Chief Hightower||Blaze Foley||1:48|
|18||Big Cheeseburgers and Good French Fries||Blaze Foley||2:29|
|19||Blaze Foley's 113th Wet Dream||Blaze Foley||3:05|
|20||Springtime in Uganda||Blaze Foley||4:41|