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  1. AllMusic Review by Mark Deming [+] Things Fall Apart takes a long look at the dark side of life, but it's also a side most all of us have glimpsed at one time or another, and Lonesome Bob buffers the blows with a passionate humanity and subtle good humor; it's an impressive debut from someone with the potential to become a major artist.8/
  2. Things Fall Apart ~ Release by Lonesome Bob (see all versions of this release, 1 available) Overview; Edit; Edit Relationships; Tracklist CD 1 # Title Rating Length; 1: Love Is Not Blind. 2: Do You Think About Me? 3: Point of No Return. 4: Waltzing on the Titanic. 5: Different Shades of Gray Brought to you by.
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  4. Do You Think About Me: 3: Point Of No Return: 4: Waltzing On The Titanic: 5: Different Shades Of Gray: 6: What Went Wrong: 7: My Mother's Husband: 8: Heaven's Gate: 9: Too Much Time: Someone Watching Over Me 5/5(1).
  5. Dec 02,  · Lonesome Bob - Things Fall Apart Looking back, it's a little hard to believe there was such a thing as an alt-country bandwagon in the mid to late 90s. And it's even harder to believe that certain artists and bands were criticized for jumping on said bandwagon.
  6. Aug 30,  · Well, here is another record that has seemed to fall through the cracks,because radio couldnt quite put a label on it, Is it Rock? or Is it country?.. Lonesome Bob cuts all the fat away, and gets right to the raw meat. Fans of Steve Earle,Chris Knight,Fred Eaglesmith etc.. should pick this up/5(7).
  7. Checkered Past Records issued Lonesome Bob's solo debut, the self-produced Things Fall Apart, in Since that time his music has garnered praise and attention from the music community. He appeared with Allison Moorer during her tour of the U.S., paired with her to sing a duet on her MCA Records album The Hardest Part, and together they were featured on Austin City Limits.
  8. Lonesome Bob. He was the drummer for the Ben Vaughn Combo before heading to Nashville for the country scene. His debut recording was Things Fall Apart. His second album, Things Change, contained the song "Where Are You Tonight". Allison Moorer provides backing vocals on both of these recordings and on many of these songs.

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