Once upon a time, a long, long time ago -- okay, so, five years ago, if you're being persnickety -- a storied Denver band called Carolyn's Mother called it day. Led by Rhett Lee, who subsequently went on to front another great outfit called Ten Cent Redemption, Carolyn's presided over alt-rock in the Mile High City for the better part of the '90s, earning accolades and scads of fans with its distinct brand of anthemic Brit pop. As the band entered the naughts, it modified its lineup before eventually disbanding as distinguished elder statesmen of the scene. Last year, the members reconvened for a night for old time's sake. It was so well received that they decided to do it again tomorrow night at the Soiled Dover underground with some of the original members, one last time before guitarist Drew Hodgson picks up stakes and moves to the East Coast. To earmark the occassion, we've posted an unreleased track titled "She's Falling Down," from the band's first demo in 1992, after the jump for your downloading pleasure.
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Download "She's Falling Down" by Carolyn's Mother