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- 01/06/17--07:47: _Steve Wariner – All...
- 01/06/17--07:47: _Stevie Tombstone – ...
- 01/06/17--00:32: Sally Barker – NZango! + Money’s Talking (1995)
- 01/06/17--01:02: VA – Bob Harris Country Sessions (2016)
- 01/06/17--01:02: Imperial Tiger Orchestra – Wax (2013)
- 01/06/17--02:07: S.A.T - Memory of You (2015)
- 01/06/17--02:13: Airwave Patrol – On Higher Ground (2017)
- 01/06/17--03:14: Gov’t Mule – 2016-12-31 – The Beacon Theatre, New York, NY (2017)
- 01/06/17--04:04: Indigo Girls – Swamp Ophelia (1994)
- 01/06/17--04:04: Dan Brusseau – Squatterville Empire (2014)
- 01/06/17--04:16: (Country) VA - Number One Hits of the 80's, Vol. 1 - 1988, MP3, V0
- 01/06/17--05:25: VA – Lost Soul Gems (2017)
- 01/06/17--06:17: Amy Obenski & the Carbone Band – Restless (2014)
- 01/06/17--06:17: Soda Stereo – Nada Personal (1985)
- 01/06/17--06:17: Son Of Dave – 02 (2006)
- 01/06/17--06:28: Peter Karp – Alabama Town (2017)
- 01/06/17--06:47: Inga Swearingen – First Rain (2009)
- 01/06/17--07:17: Spike Connor – Trick of the Light (2014)
- 01/06/17--07:32: NOW Leaving Hits Time (2017)
- 01/06/17--07:43: Tanya Donelly – Swan Song Series (2016)
- 01/06/17--07:47: Steve Wariner – All Over The Map (2016)
- 01/06/17--07:47: Stevie Tombstone – I Wish I Was Back In Vegas (2016)
Title: Zango! + Money’s Talking
Year Of Release: 1995
Genre: Folk-Rock, Pop-Rock, Blues
Quality: MP3/320 kbps
Total Time: 58:38
Total Size: 141 MB
01. Money’s Talking (05:03)
02. Another Train (04:06)
03. Alexis Korner (05:39)
04. Honky Tonk Woman (06:04)
05. Tango! (03:57)
06. Bed’s Too Big (06:00)
07. The Golden Glove (05:13)
08. Who Knows Where The Time Goes (06:09)
09. Don’t You Lie To Me (03:16)
10. Last Train Home (03:21)
11. Chains (04:28)
12. Tango! (05:23)
Bob Harris has been at the heart of the UK music scene for the best part of fifty years. His infectious enthusiasm for music has established a worldwide reputation as one of the most trusted and influential broadcasters of his generation. His Radio 2 Show “Bob Harris Country” is the premier and most listened to Country show in the UK. Bob’s depth of understanding of country music and its origins and influences is immense and ability to discover new talent has seen him become an international and national treasure. This album, features 40 exclusive never before released tracks recorded for his Radio 2 Show. Released to coincide with the sold out 3 day Country festival at O2, which will be attended by over 70,000 people.
01. Carrie Underwood – Blown Away
02. Dwight Yoakam – Honky Tonk Man
03. Little Big Town – Girl Crush
04. Luke Bryan – That’s My Kind Of Night
05. Lady Antebellum – Downtown
06. Sam Hunt – Break Up In A Small Town
07. Zac Brown Band – Sweet Annie
08. Lee Ann Womack – The Way I’m Livin
09. Tim McGraw – One Of Those Nights
10. Brad Paisley – American Saturday Night
11. Emmylou Harris – Pancho & Lefty
12. Maddie & Tae – Girl In A Country Song
13. Steve Earle – Burnin’ it Down
14. Jason Aldean – When She Says Baby
15. Ashley Monroe – Dixie
16. Chris Young – Lonely Eyes
17. Cale Tyson – Can’t Feel Love
18. Sturgill Simpson – Long White Line
19. Sam Palladio – Wake Me Up In Nashville
20. The Shires – It’s Only Midnight
01. Eric Church – Give Me Back My Hometown
02. Thomas Rhett – Crash & Burn
03. Kacey Musgraves – Family Is Family
04. Chris Stapleton – More Of Your
05. Dierks Bentley – I Hold OnBrandy Clark – Stripes
06. Darius Rucker – Radio
07. The Steeldrivers – Midnight Train To Memphis
08. Florida Georgia Line – Cruise
09. The Mavericks – Summertime
10. Kip Moore – Dirt Road
11. Rosanne Cash – Etta’s Tune
12. Rascal Flatts – Changed
13. Andrew Combs – Silk Flowers
14. Striking Matches -Trouble Is As Trouble Does
15. Holly Williams – Drinkin’
16. Kristian Bush – Trailer Hitch
17. Jason Isbell – Alabama Pines
18. JD McPherson – North Side Gal
19. Sugarland – Tonight
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Moi J’Connais Records
Genre: Jazz / World / Afrobeat
Quality: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Total Time: 45:17 min
Total Size: 270 MB / 103 MB
1. Konso [6:37]
2. Lelele [4:29]
3. Yasherisheri [5:33]
4. Bechereka Moshete [5:31]
5. Shered [4:24]
6. Che Belew [3:20]
7. Tgeregna [7:42]
8. El Naas Elgiafa [4:27]
9. Sudani Tune [4:25]
Originally based in Edinburgh Scotland, currently living in Austin Texas, Airwave Patrol (Chris Green) is a one-man-band who has quietly worked under several other appellations in the past including Time Traps, Neon Fracture, Colour Green, and One Wheel Down. The names may have changed, but the reasons remain the same. It is simply a passion of writing and recording songs that may bring some enjoyment to others. Song writer, singer, guitarist, bass player, drummer, harmonica player, pianist… …recording/mixing engineer, producer… it’s all one individual and it’s all entirely home grown.
01. Down the Road
02. On the Move
03. Higher Ground
04. Nothing More
05. Under the Bridge
06. Caught in a Wave
07. In the Middle
08. Shadow Queen
09. So Many Ways
10. Rock and Roll Kids
11. Stop the Clocks
12. Leave a Light On
13. Up the Creek
320 kbps | 497 MB | UL |
Beloved Southern rockers Gov’t Mule set up shop at NYC’s The Beacon Theatre, playing the second of two sold out shows to ring in the New Year. Unlike years past, Mule remained very tight-lipped about their New Year’s plans, only adding suspense to what was sure to be a historic celebration. In the end, the band would pay tribute to countless musical legends who passed on in 2016, everyone from David Bowie to Prince to Bernie Worrell to Maurice White and more.
The first set of the night was all Mule, as the band worked through a number of their original tunes like “Thorazine Shuffle,” “Child Of The Earth” and more. They also welcomed guitarist Oz Noy on “Birth Of The Mule” and “Sco-Mule” getting warmed up for the festivities ahead.
It was set two that began the tributes, as the band came out of the gate with a trio of Parliament Funkadelic songs in honor of Bernie Worrell. The first song included percussionist Marc Quinones as well as the Chronic Horns, who were then joined by Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers for some soulful backup vocals. The ensemble would stay on stage as the band moved into a tribute to Leon Russell with “Tight Rope” and “Delta Lady.” The Eagles’ Glenn Frey was the next focus, with heartfelt covers of “Take It Easy” and “Already Gone” played in his honor.
The horn and vocal sections remained on stage during a fabulous tribute to Ms. Sharon Jones, with performances of “100 Days, 100 Nights” and “Midnight Rider.” They kept things going with a performance of “Lucky Man” by Emerson Lake and Palmer, in honor of both Keith Emerson and Greg Lake who passed away this year. Perhaps one of the most soulful moments of the show came in honor of Leonard Cohen, with performances of “Hallelujah” and “Bird On The Wire” played in memory of the brilliant songwriter and singer.
The show continued with “Angel Band” in honor of Dr. Ralph Stanley, a legend of the bluegrass genre, as well as “Mama Tried” in honor of Merle Haggard, a legend of the folk genre. Two Americana heroes that truly deserve recognition for their dedication to their craft. “Shining Star” and “Getaway” both followed, as Gov’t Mule honored the late Maurice White of Earth Wind & Fire with a guest filled celebration. They then brought out “Descending,” a Black Crowes song, in honor of keyboardist Eddie Harsch who recently passed on.
David Bowie got his due next, as the band welcomed out Jimmy Vivino for a guitar-fueled take on the classic ballad “All The Young Dudes.” They kept up the energy for “Rebel, Rebel” before shifting their sights onto a Prince tribute, closing out the set with “Kiss” and “Let’s Go Crazy.” They would ultimately return for an encore, with Marcus King in tow, and resume their Bowie/Prince tribute with “Purple Rain” and a reprise of “All The Young Dudes.” What a show! So many remarkable musicians were honored at this show, each spanning such a unique subset of the music community as a whole. Mule put together a tremendous show for New Year’s, honoring the past and moving ahead into 2017 with a gusto.
DISC 1: 01. New Year’s Eve 02. Larger Than Life 03. Thorazine Shuffle 04. Funny Little Tragedy 05. Thorazine Shuffle Reprise 06. Child Of The Earth 07. Which Way Do We Run 08. Brighter Days 09. Birth Of The Mule
DISC 2: 01. Sco-Mule 02. Maggot Brain 03. New Years Countdown 04. Flash Light 05. Red Hot Mama 06. Tight Rope 07. Delta Lady 08. Take It Easy 09. Already Gone 10. 100 Days 100 Nights 11. Midnight Rider
DISC 3: 01. Lucky Man 02. Hallelujah 03. Bird On A Wire 04. Angel Band 05. Mama Tried 06. Shining Star 07. Getaway 08. Descending 09. All The Young Dudes 10. Rebel Rebel 11. Kiss 12. Let’s Go Crazy 13. Introductions 14. Purple Rain 15. All The Young Dudes
Title: Swamp Ophelia
Year Of Release: 1994
Label: SBME SPECIAL MKTS.
Genre: Folk Rock
Quality: MP3/320 kbps
Total Time: 55:58
Total Size: 118 MB
1. Fugitive (Amy Ray)
2. Least Complicated (Emily Saliers)
3. Language or the Kiss (Saliers)
4. Reunion (Ray)
5. Power of Two (Saliers)
6. Touch Me Fall (Ray)
7. The Wood Song (Saliers)
8. Mystery (Saliers)
9. Dead Man’s Hill (Ray)
10. Fare Thee Well (Saliers)
11. This Train Revised (Ray)
Title: Squatterville Empire
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Dan Brusseau
Genre: Roots Rock, Folk Rock, Americana
Quality: Mp3/320 kbps
Total Time: 48:28
Total Size: 120 Mb
1. I Live in Squatterville (feat. Stef Burns)
3. I Followed a Blind Man
4. The Ghost of Squatterville
5. These Boots (feat. Stef Burns)
6. Fortune Tellers Hideout
7. Coal Black Eyes (feat. Stef Burns)
8. Mad Poets Society
9. Lonesome Rider (feat. Stef Burns)
10. Holler (I Live in the Afterglow)
11. Three Chords And a Prayer (feat. Stef Burns)
12. Squatterville Revisited
When I learned that the town I live in was called Squatterville in the post-gold rush, pre-Civil War times, it stirred up something inside that I thought might be artistically useful. A little historical research didn’t really lead anywhere except for the fact that much of the settlement was made up of gold miners down from the Sierras. But just that name – Squatterville. It stuck. And that was all it took.
It’s not a specific time or place on this record but something in the air. A lively darkness. A little bit scary and exhilarating at the same time. Populated by lost souls searching for something high and low. The poets, the miner, the wanderer, the blind preacher, the gypsy fortune tellers, the gunslinger, the ghost…
This is Squatterville.
Various Artists - Number One Hits of the 80's, Vol. 1 Жанр : Country Страна исполнителя (группы) : All World Год издания : 1988 Аудиокодек : MP3 Тип рипа : tracks Битрейт аудио : V0 Продолжительность : 00:34:15 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи : нет Треклист : 01.
01. Asia Luckey – The First Time Baby Is A Holiday (3:04)
02. Ebb Tide – Give Me Your Best Shot Baby (5:17)
03. Senjay Luckey – Phenomenal Woman (3:49)
04. William Devaughn – Staying Power (4:12)
05. Spice, bunny Davis – Sweet Norma Jones (2:26)
06. Al Brown Rhythm Band – I Wanna Dance (3:17)
07. Tommy Mcgee – I’m A Stranger (5:37)
08. The Charmetts – Breaking Up Again (3:15)
09. William Devaughn – Love Ballad Of The Year (4:21)
10. Crystal Motion – You’re My Main Squeeze (3:02)
11. Cache – A-Lux – Get Wise (7:35)
12. William Devaughn – Love In Any Language (Radio) (3:56)
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Amy Obenski
Genre: Roots Rock, Indie Pop, Americana
Quality: Mp3/320 kbps
Total Time: 56:28
Total Size: 139 Mb
1. I Wish You Were a Window
3. Some Kinda Change
5. Deep Blue Ocean
6. Maybe That Sitar
7. Rising from the Noise
8. Follow My Own Lead
9. In Paris
10. The Game
11. Searching for the Sun
12. Summer’s Here
13. Maybe That Sitar (Reprise)
In 2011 Amy went to Europe for the first time with a mind open to surprises. This is where she met The Carbone Band from Nantes, France. They had two concerts together that week. The music was a collision of Amy’s free “California girl” sound and the French’s deep passion and intensity. Their personalities and musicality immediately clicked.
Two days after her return to California, Amy decided she was going back to France. She planned a four-month tour across the United States, the U.K. and France, where she reunited with The Carbone Band. They played several concerts and the music started to grow and became intensely passionate, grounded rock that sways as if floating on the breeze.
In 2013, Amy returned again and spent three months with The Carbone Band. They recorded an album and participated in an artist in residence at La Maison des Arts. Her fifth album, Restless, will release in summer of 2014. Restless features the distinctive sound of The Carbone Band and also students and associates of La Maison des Arts in the form of a whole string ensemble, harps, vibraphone, clarinet, and flute. The Carbone Band is comprised of Philippe Crochet on guitar, Josselin Sebille on bass and Mourad Aït Abdelmalek on the drums.
With a stark and honest intensity, Amy Obenski’s rich, crystalline voice cuts through the noise of every day life. She’s a California native. Raised in San Diego and now based in San Francisco, the sound of the far west is unmistakably infused into her words and sound. She’s toured the West Coast for ten years and even got her song “Carousel” into the Hollywood scene when it was placed on the TV Show, Grey’s Anatomy.
Title: Nada Personal
Year Of Release: 1985
Label: Columbia / Sony Music
Genre: Rock / Pop
Quality: FLAC [16bit/44.1kHz]
Total Time: 40:10
Total Size: 252 MB
01. Nada personal
02. Si no fuera por…
03. Cuando pase el temblor
04. Danza rota
05. El cuerpo del delito
06. Juego de seducción
07. Estoy azulado
08. Observándonos (Satélites)
09. Imágenes retro
Year Of Release: 2006
Genre: Blues, Folk, Beat-Box
Quality: MP3/320 kbps
Total Time: 39:05
Total Size: 102 mb
01. Leave Without Runnin’ (3:25)
02. Goddamn (3:31)
03. Get You Back (2:13)
04. San Francisco (4:10)
05. Devil Take My Soul (Feat. Martina Topley Bird) (4:16)
06. Crossroad Blues (3:48)
07. I Got What You Need (3:49)
08. Crickets (0:51)
09. Life Is So Easy Now (4:17)
10. Rollin’ And Tumblin’ (4:34)
11. Mannish Boy (4:11)
Award winning singer-songwriter, slide guitarist, pianist Peter Karp was raised both in the swamps of New Jersey and trailer parks in Alabama.Alabama Town is Peter Karp’s eighth CD featuring his original songs. Produced by Peter and multi Grammy Award winning producer Dae Bennett (Tony Bennett).The upbeat, guitar driven album represents his finest songwriting to date. It features his trademark slide guitar as well as guitar work from his friends Mick Taylor (Rolling Stones), Garth Hudson (The Band) Paul Carbonara (Blondie), Todd Wolfe (Sheryl Crow) and his son James Otis Karp. It also features harmonica virtuoso Dennis Gruenling.
Title: First Rain
Year Of Release: 2009
Genre: Jazz/Blues/Folk: Vocals
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 51:55
Total Size: 121 MB
01. April Afternoon (4:01)
02. Black Is The Color Of My True Love’s Hair (3:55)
03. Brick By Brick (4:16)
04. Blackbird (3:29)
05. Heart And Soul (3:53)
06. Two Trees (4:46)
07. Rooted (5:56)
08. Before The Journey (3:50)
09. Indian Summer (4:16)
10. Skylark (4:57)
11. Visa Fran Jarna (3:32)
12. Ample (4:58)
Inga infuses her signature jazz style with a good helping of folk and finds herself right at home.
"First Rain" enters new territory with songs rooted in family, farm, nature and love. It’s an upbeat mixture of smoky, bluesy jazz and beautiful down-home folk, with acoustic layers that bloom like a flower. Deeply personal, most of the songs were written, arranged and produced by Inga and feature silky vocal harmonies with her sister, Britta. The instrumentation is warm and intimate, with electric and acoustic guitar, stand up bass, cello, violin and Inga’s signature scatting solos.
“This album is a departure for me musically and it feels very personal,” says Inga. “The lyrics are about the people, places and times that have been and still are most dear to my heart. The making of it felt like a community barn-raising. Friends contributed and donated to the project adding another layer of gratitude to the music.”
A regular guest on "A Prairie Home Companion," Inga has earned consistently high praise from audiences around the world for her effortlessly natural phrasing, infectious positive spirit and vocal gifts that allow her to juxtapose husky textures with silky lightness.
“Inga has a gorgeous voice, very fresh and evocative and note perfect.”
– Garrison Keillor, A Prairie Home Companion
Title: Trick of the Light
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Bret Harte Studios
Genre: Roots Rock, Folk Rock, Americana
Quality: Mp3/320 kbps
Total Time: 36:49
Total Size: 101 Mb
1. Trick of the Light
2. Might Have Been
3. Said and Done
5. Besides All That
7. Low Down
8. Jessica Jean
10. Grow On Me
11. Mistakes Were Made
Trick of the Light is Spike’s followup CD to 2012’s After the Fact. These are singer-songwriter tunes in a variety of Americana sub genres that have been expertly produced in a full band format. The common denominators are Spike’s vocals and bass playing and JD Stefan’s guitars and drumming. Lyrical and melodic with tight harmonies, you will find no half rhymes or hurried phrases here. These are finely crafted , thoughtful songs with guests on horns, steel guitar, flute, backing vocals, cello and harmonica.
Title: NOW Leaving Hits Time
Label: Mercury, Colossal Records, Atco Records
Style: New Wave, Baroque Pop, Hi NRG, Euro House, Soul, Gospel, Christmas
Release Date: 05-01-2017
Format: CD, Compilation
Quality: VBR Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
Tracks: 61 Tracks
Size: 431 Mb / 03:52:40 Min
320 kbps | 304 MB | UL |
Swan Song Series is a collection that brings together the material from the five EPs Donelly released between 2013 and 2015, and it represents some of her most engaging and wide-ranging work to date. Featuring contributions from Robyn Hitchcock, Bill Janovitz, John Wesley Harding, and Rick Moody, among many others, Swan Song Series gives Donelly the space to slip into a variety of styles and personas. She shapeshifts from the slinky, late-night torch singing of “Let Fall the Sky” and the cool electronic pulse beats of “Viva Karaoke,” to the growling rock guitars of “Tu y Yo” and the tongue-in-cheek Irish balladeering of “Tooreloo.”
1. Mass Ave [04:10]
2. Christopher Street [04:24]
3. Let Fall the Sky [02:12]
4. Blame the Muse [03:46]
5. Meteor Shower [04:41]
6. Still [03:30]
7. Mary Magdelene in the Great Sky [04:49]
8. Why So Sad [04:14]
9. Making Light [03:01]
10. Miranda (Pacifically) [03:28]
1. Written/Unread [02:55]
2. VivaKaraoke [02:25]
3. Far Away and Hard to See [02:58]
4. Hidalgo Street [04:42]
5. Cygnet Song [02:49]
6. Salt [05:06]
7. Worry Doll [03:30]
8. Cape Ann [04:06]
9. Flying at Night [04:25]
1. Snow Goose and Me [03:52]
2. Tu y Yo [02:43]
3. Lucky Love [03:49]
4. Oh Me of Little Faith [03:56]
5. The End to the Dawn [03:56]
6. Silver in Your Palm [02:40]
7. Mr. Swan [02:52]
8. Send Me Your Next Nightmare [04:29]
9. Wild Love [03:51]
10. Storm Blown Bird [03:43]
11. In Your Name [04:36]
12. Tooraloo [02:36]
1. Midnight Flower [03:21]
2. I Would Like to Call It Beauty [03:30]
3. The Law [04:13]
4. Old Brown Radio [04:05]
Title: All Over The Map
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: SelecTone Records
Genre: Country, Fok, Rock
Quality: Country, Fok, Rock
Total Time: 00:40:09
Total Size: 101 mb
01. Drop Top (feat. Jack Pearson)
02. Meanwhile Back in Austin (feat. Eric Johnson)
03. When I Still Mattered to You
04. Nashville Spy-Line (feat. Duane Eddy)
05. CGP (feat. Tommy Emmanuel & John Knowles)
06. The Last Word (feat. Ryan Wariner)
07. Mr. Roy
08. Way It Goes (feat. Greg Martin)
09. Down Sawmill Road (feat. Ricky Skaggs)
10. Modulation Situation
11. Girl Like You
12. Augustine’s Dream
One of country music’s most versatile performers, Steve Wariner grew up in suburban Indianapolis, interested in the Beatles on the radio as well as Chet Atkins and George Jones, the artists his father listened to most frequently. He started playing music in his dad’s band, and by his high school years, he was playing local clubs. At age 17, he caught the ear of Dottie West, who persuaded him to join her band, and in that position he ended up playing bass on her classic 1973 single "Country Sunshine." He moved on to work as a sideman for Bob Luman and signed a singles deal with RCA Records in 1976. His career developed slowly, and in the beginning, the low-tuned guitars and wide range of his singles brought frequent comparisons to the early Glen Campbell hits. His first really successful single was "Your Memory," which peaked in the country Top Ten in early 1981, followed by "By Now" and "All Roads Lead to You," which topped the country charts in December. RCA released another couple of singles before finally issuing his debut album, Steve Wariner, in the fall of 1982. He returned to the country Top Ten in 1983 with "Midnight Fire," which became the title track of his second album, and "Lonely Women Make Good Lovers." Wariner’s career really took off when he left RCA for MCA in late 1984. His first single for the new label, "What I Didn’t Do," made the country Top Five in early 1985, setting off a string of 18 consecutive Top Ten hits that included the chart-toppers "Some Fools Never Learn," "You Can Dream of Me," "Life’s Highway," "Small Town Girl," "The Weekend," "Lynda," "Where Did I Go Wrong," and "I Got Dreams" (the last two Wariner compositions). This run took him into 1990, when he switched to Arista Records. He had considerable initial success on the new label, with his first Arista album, I Am Ready, going platinum (none of his previous albums had even gone gold) and his first three Arista singles making the Top Ten. And he shared a 1991 Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Collaboration with Ricky Skaggs and Vince Gill for "Restless," a track on Mark O’Connor’s album The New Nashville Cats. Wariner scored a country Top Ten hit with "If I Didn’t Love You" in the summer of 1993, but his record sales were declining. His 1996 instrumental album No More Mr. Nice Guy, his first release in three years, did not chart, but that year he joined the Grand Ole Opry. In 1997, he sang with Anita Cochran on "What If I Said," and the single topped the country charts in early 1998, just after Garth Brooks’ recording of Wariner’s composition "Longneck Bottle" had gone to number one. This twin success reinvigorated his career. He signed to Capitol Records, Brooks’ label, and released "Holes in the Floor of Heaven," which made the country Top Five, winning the Country Music Association’s awards for Song of the Year and Single of the Year. Burnin’ the Roadhouse Down, his debut album for Capitol, reached the country Top Ten, went gold, and crossed over to the Top 50 of the pop charts. He followed it with 1999’s Two Teardrops, which also went gold; the same year, he shared his second Grammy for Best Country Instrumental for the Asleep at the Wheel track "Bob’s Breakdown." His third Capitol album, Faith in You, was released in May 2000.
Title: I Wish I Was Back In Vegas
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Rancho Verde Music
Quality: MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 40:49
Total Size: 103 MB
1. I Wish I Was Back In Vegas (3:44)
2. Carolina (2:31)
3. Slow Drunken Waltz (2:15)
4. Best Of Worst Intentions (2:39)
5. I’d Lose It All (3:05)
6. Troubadour Blues (3:42)
7. Ten Lonely Years (2:16)
8. Whiskey And Cocaine (3:17)
9. Lucky (2:22)
10. Would You Die For Love (3:10)
11. Kevlar Heart (3:38)
12. Your Only Friend (2:32)
13. My Bad Angel Eye (2:27)
14. Telephone Wire (3:05)
After a chance meeting with Roy Acuff, Stevie (then, a young man) was certain he would always be a musician. Georgia born descendant of the legendary fiddler Clayton McMichen,Stevie learned the ropes playing country, gospel, and blues. His early twenties he immersed himself in the world of rock and the underground music scene of the 80s in Atlanta but never lost the twang of his childhood. Almost three decades later, he has become an accomplished performer and songwriter. Stevie has now released five solo albums and several music videos, besides his published works with his 1980s swamp rockabilly band, The Tombstones. In his early days, Stevie penned the college radio anthem and regional hit "Nobody", which was later recorded by rock icon, Stiv Bators. After separating with The Tombstones in the 1990s, he toured as the supporting act for Jason & the Scorchers in Europe, which opened the door for his solo career. Taking a more serious approach to songwriting, he then began to write with as many accomplished song-writers as he could find in every realm of the music world, from street poets to music row regulars. His debut full length release 730 AM received great reviews and airplay besides offering tracks that peaked on the Satellite Radio charts. After several comps and EPs his 2011 Release Greenwood reintroduced Stevie to the Americana and folk listeners with his autobiographical tale about his journey to Greenwood with Bluesman Johnny Shines and Ga Satellites Guitarist Rick Richards and the trios attempt to mark the grave of then unhonored Robert Johnson.
Stevie’s band mates and co conspirators , over the years, have been a veritable whos who of underground and nationally recognized players, featuring members of Circus of Power, Wilco, the Georgia Satellites, Jason & The Scorchers,Bad Livers,The Hickoids and Tex and the Horseheads. Priding himself in his ability to cross genres, he has also had the honor of sharing the bill with the likes of Leon Russell, the Stray Cats, Greg Allman, Willie Nelson, Drive By Truckers, Johnny Bush & the Ramones, just to name a few. Stevie is currently producing and writing for other artists. Performing over 250 nights a year in every sort of venue Stevie makes his home in Austin Texas .
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