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6 Ago 2010, 23:46

From the Alien’s mouth:

“Unless you respect your history, you cannot understand your destiny…this is based on the classic song “There Stands the Glass”, a Honky Tonk number covered by Willie Nelson, Wes Clark and Loretta Lynn. Being a William Mountain from Detroit, I grew up hearing the old timers listen to this music. It inspired me to do a Bette Dillinger version. I hope you all enjoy it. Of course, it is so radically different than the original I think I would call this an homage, and I encourage others to look up the Honky Tonk version.”
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