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Climb Over Me - Single

Sam Roberts

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sam

this guy has more talent than the cast of MASH.... only a matter of time before people catch on

True to Form

Simple and complex, harmonic, great road music and a band that get's it because they are the next Real Deal. They have been true to the Hip who originally supported them as their opening act a few years back, and if you're a Hipster there is no better endorsement than that. To top it off? Grounded & unpretentious, because who else would make a cover photo album of a Canadian wheat train car as a backdrop?

THIS IS AN AMAZING SONG.

The title says it all, buy iy, and i will be pleased.

Biography

Born: October 02, 1974 in Westmount, Quebec, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Canadian singer/songwriter Sam Roberts released his first true debut in 2002, following a popular demo he had made in Montreal. Before that point, he had been a violin player who eventually moved on to guitar and started a rock band with his friends. After getting a bit of coverage on MuchMusic, they decided to try their luck in Los Angeles. The band didn't get any positive reactions from record labels and disbanded in 1998, but that didn't stop Roberts from going back to Canada and beginning to...
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Climb Over Me - Single, Sam Roberts
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  • $0.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Apr 28, 2003

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