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John Wesley Coleman- Alone By The Door 7" ~200 PRESSED!

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John Wesley Coleman- Alone By The Door 7".  Another winner from our friend John Wesley Coleman of Austin psych-country cronies, The Golden Boys. This single shows perhaps a softer, more sincere side of the rock 'n' roll wild child, without sacrificing that boozily soulful, southern wisdom that made us love him in the first place. "Alone By The Door" is a a venomous oasis of powerful melody and it works with the spooky burst of Theremin right to the song’s plucky last strum. “I Want You to Be Like Everybody Else” is a bit stranger but not as overboard as say Daniel Johnston. The rhythm section of Rob Halverson and the vocals of Leslie Sisson hold the song together nicely and lend this sweet, effacing ode a bit of heaviness. John Wesley Coleman is clearly a new troubadour to keep an eye on. THESE ARE HAND NUMBERED OUT OF 200 COPIES!

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