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MP3 3 Feet Up - I Will Fear No Evil

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Always Is Never Always
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So Very Temporary
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Reinventing The Wheel
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I Dont Know
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Waiter, Theres A Fly In My Chi
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Treasure Driven
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Dice And Slice
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Cant Hate The Hater
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Taking Up My Own Cross
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Breathe Out
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Back To Base
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One More Drop In The Cup
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Recorded into only one microphone, this disc sounds like Sting singing a bunch of uptempo positive Steely Dan songs with just a graphite acoustic guitar and a drumset.

12 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Acoustic, POP: Quirky

3 feet up was featured on the CBS Early Show the week of July 3, 2006!


3 Feet Up was born on June 10th, 2001 when Chris and Victoria said âI Doâ, although at the time, neither one had any idea that they would some day play music together. They experienced many challenges along their journey and began to seek the deeper meanings behind everyday things: God, life, death, religion, faith, intention, money, hope and reality. They decided that playing music was a wonderful way to share what they have learned. Musically, they fit somewhere between the likes of Sting, Steely Dan, Dave Matthews and Jack Johnson.

Chris writes the songs, plays the acoustic guitar, bass guitar and vocalizes. He says that his old songs were mainly about his own frustrations and who wants to hear that? Formerly the bassist and leader of the band "Nervous Boy", Chris played his "Foo Fighters-meets-Primus" songs all over the southeast. His newer songs, written specifically for 3 feet up, are more positive and kinda 50's "bowling shirt" lounge music inspired.

Victoria started learning how to play drums just 60 days before their first show! Since then she has learned how to sit on a groove and play just what the song needs.

Live, they seem to not lack anything (even though they have no bass player) and are quite symmetrical onstage with Victoria's standup drumkit right up front next to Chris.

The two cite influences as diverse as Dave Brubeck, Dave Matthews, Robyn Hitchcock, Foo Fighters, John Mayer, Sting, Steely Dan and way more.

This is their second CD - their first one is also on CDbaby:

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