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14 March 1961, USA. Bob Woodruff, a Nashville, Tennessee, USA-based singer-songwriter, received a generally favourable critical response on the release of his 1994 debut, Dreams & Saturday Nights. However, further progress was impeded by what he later described as philosophical differences with his label, Asylum Records. He re-emerged in 1997 with Desire Road, released on Imprint Records, a new Nashville label. As he told Billboard magazine on its release: The major difference with Desire Road is the label move from Asylum to Imprint. I was one of the first artists signed to Asylum when it opened in Nashville, and based on an artist roster including singer-songwriters like Guy Clark and Emmylou Harris, I felt like it was the perfect home for me. But towards the end of my records promotion, I felt their philosophy changed, and after an amicable split, I and my manager, Jim Della Croce, met with Roy (Wunsch) and felt that he was starting...