Homeless Eyes - Keith Carradine - Lost And Found (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Homeless Records are releasing the Sydney band's record once more, hoping it won't go unnoticed this time, and will knock out at least half of the people who listen to it. Recommended for fans of rackets and guitar tones that don't want to be your friend -- 'Mission Bulb' .
  2. Find Keith Carradine discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; I'm Easy: Asylum Lost & Found: Elektra American Heroes & Legends: Annie Oakley: Rabbit Ears I'm Easy/Lost And Found: Collectors' Choice Music ().
  3. Find the video and reviews of the song HOMELESS EYES by Keith Carradine. Click here now to find out why others like this song!
  4. Dec 23,  · Keith Carradine - Lost And Found () Artist: Keith Carradine Album: Lost And Found Label: Asylum Records Catalog#: 6E Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Canada Released: Genre: Rock, Pop A3. Smile Again, Laugh Again A4. San Diego Serenade A5. Homeless Eyes
  5. Lost And Found: Keith Carradine: awchanjournplacfozahepsocarpanonssin.coinfo: Musica. Commento: LP, Album - Condizioni Disco: Very Good (VG) - Condizioni Copertina: Very Good (VG) - Note: CUT OUT.
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  7. Keith is open about being addicted to heroin. When the market crashed, Keith lost his job in the housing industry. He was addicted to painkillers and started to use heroin because it was cheaper. Before you judge Keith you should know drugs like heroin and crack cocaine will completely take your life away.
  8. After a nominal success with the album I'm Easy () — which contained a remake of his Oscar-winning title track — Keith Carradine (guitar/vocals) was tapped for a follow-up. That effort, Lost & Found (), is notably more organic and has less of a slick and overly produced feel.

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