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Originally a quasi-psychedelic American rock band with the sound of the southwestern desert thrown in. GOR came out of Tucson, Arizona and quickly relocated to L.A. where they became (somewhat dubiously) a part of the Paisley Underground scene.

Their music was alt-country long before such a thing existed, and it bore more in common with Neil Young or Cali-country rock than any of their contempories. Dan Stuart was like an Arizona version of Frank Black with a touch of… read more

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  • great...
  • It's unusual the soft ones are my favourites but I love Little Things in Life
  • Now this takes me back!
  • The singer of this band sings like Tom Verlaine would, if he were a singer.
  • Anda que.. le ponéis siglas a todo, joíos!
  • Time ain't nothing...when you're young at heart!
  • free lunch, no?
  • back in the '80s, i loved Green on Red's live shows. i saw them fairly regularly when they would come to San Francisco . first at the legendary Mabuhay Gardens and then at the Monday night shows at the I-Beam. Green on Red and Thin White Rope, who i never saw live back then, helped prepare the ground for the whole alternative country and its psychedelic western sub-genre. Thanks guys!
  • Shame there are no full tracks listenable here on Last FM as this is one of the greatest least widely known bands of the last 25 years. If you like current bands like Wilco you can trace the development of what is now known as "alt country" back directly through this band (and on of course back to others).
  • Gee Ain't It Funny How Time Slips Away, long time since the 80`s

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