Overdrive Extra

Todd Dills

Spanish-language record of the road

| February 16, 2009

a href=”http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_ez6JTnOl_tQ/SZl_SYui3fI/AAAAAAAAANM/hRGMYSyVM8g/s1600-h/mileson.bmp”img id=”BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5303409990057516530″ style=”FLOAT: right; MARGIN: 0px 0px 10px 10px; WIDTH: 110px; CURSOR: hand; HEIGHT: 110px” alt=”” src=”http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_ez6JTnOl_tQ/SZl_SYui3fI/AAAAAAAAANM/hRGMYSyVM8g/s200/mileson.bmp” border=”0″ //aAvailable in MP3 format at Amazon.com, a href=”http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001R64D40/ref=dm_sp_adp?ie=UTF8amp;qid=1234794879amp;sr=8-2″Back to the Road/a is the latest release of Spanish-language rock/country crooner George Mileson, released by Barcelona-based a href=”http://www.roadtriprecords.com/”Roadtrip Records/a. Two tracks on Mileson’s first album, emOne/em, were described by the a href=”http://www.urbanspectrum.net/”Denver Urban Spectrum/a as in the “pure American Rock tradition [as reflected on such tracks as] ‘The Road Is Mine,’ a ride in the night along a solitary road . . . and in ‘Those Old Trucks,’ the story of a retired truck driver.”div class=”blogger-post-footer”Channel 19 is the blog version of the column of the same name featured in Overdrive: The Voice of the American Trucker. Todd Dills (tdills@rrpub.com) is its author./div

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