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16 Horsepower Lyrics

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16 Horsepower Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Silver Saddle
2 Dead Run
3 Strong Man
4 Neck on the New Blade
5 Scrawled in Sap
6 Low Estate (Live)
7 Black Soul Choir
8 I Seen What I Saw
9 Brimstone Rock
10 Burning Bush
11 Hang My Teeth on Your Door
12 Praying Arm Lane
13 South Pennsylvania Waltz
14 Phyllis Ruth
15 American Wheeze (Live)
16 Blessed Persistence
17 Golden Rope
18 Alone and Forsaken
19 Harm's Way
20 Beyond the Pale
21 Horse Head
22 Fire Spirit
23 Just Like Birds
24 Horse Head Fiddle
25 Low Estate
26 Hutterite Mile
27 American Wheeze
28 Clogger
29 Black Bush
30 Haw
31 Black Lung
32 Haw (EP)
33 Ruthie Lingle
34 Straight-Mouth Stomp
35 Sac of Religion
36 Brimstone (Live)
37 I Gotta Gal
38 Burning Bush (Live)
39 Cinder Alley (demo)
40 Cinder Alley
41 Splinters (Live)
42 Poor Mouth (demo)
43 Bad Moon Risin
44 Black Soul Choir (Live)
45 Ditch Digger
46 Poormouth (Live)
47 Nobody 'cept You
48 Poor Mouth
49 The Denver Grab
50 Praying Arm Lane (Live)
51 Red Neck Reel
52 Dead Run (Live)
53 Heel on the Shovel
54 Day Of The Lords
55 Sinnerman
56 Clogger (Live)
57 Splinters
58 Prison Shoe Romp
59 Harm's Way (Live)
60 Outlaw Song
61 I Seen What I Saw (Live)
62 Straw Foot
63 Bad Moon Rising
64 Wayfaring Stranger (Live)
65 My Narrow Mind
66 La Robe A Parasol
67 Flowers In My Heart
68 Cinder Alley (Live)
69 Wayfaring Stranger
70 De-Railed
71 Coal Black Horses (Live)
72 Strawfoot
73 24 Hours (Live)
74 Single Girl
75 The Partisan
76 For Heaven`s Sake
77 For Heaven's Sake (Live)
78 Pure Clob Road
79 Flutter
80 Worry
81 For Heaven's Sake
82 Black Lung (Live)
83 Silver Saddle (Live)
84 American Wheeze (radio session 1995)
85 Horse Head (Live)
86 South Pennsylvania Waltz (Live)
87 Coal Black Horses
88 Shametown
89 Phyllis Ruth (Live)
90 Black Soul Choir (radio session 1996)

16 Horsepower Bio

16 Horsepower was an Alternative country musical group based in Denver, Colorado. Their music was serious in tone with distinct Christian religious lyrics dealing with conflict and redemption. For the bulk of their career, the band consisted of David Eugene Edwards, Jean-Yves Tola, and Pascal Humbert (the latter two formerly of the band Passion Fodder). After releasing four studio albums and touring extensively, the band broke up in 2005, citing "mostly political and spiritual" differences. The members remain active in the groups Woven Hand and Lilium.

David Eugene Edwards and Pascal Humbert formed 16 Horsepower in 1992 in Los Angeles, California, where they had met building movie sets for Roger Corman’s Hollywood Studios. Friend, co-worker and trained jazz  drummer Jean-Yves Tola joined shortly after. The trio performed once as Horsepower before they parted ways with Humbert as Edwards and Tola re-located to Denver, Colorado.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/16_Horsepower