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Sawdust Brothers - Tennessee Rose (2015)

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9b44ff33fca757e3273045db61b347cd.jpg [b]Artist[/b]: Sawdust Brothers [b]Title Of Album[/b]: Tennessee Rose [b]Year Of Release[/b]: 2015 [b]Genre[/b]: Country/Bluegrass/Americana [b]Label[/b]: Spacebarn Recordings [b]Quality[/b]: MP3 320 kbps [b]Total Time[/b]: 58:42 [b]Total Size[/b]: 137 MB [i]Tracklist:[/i] 1. Tennessee Rose (4:14) 2. Jesus Let Me Down (2:37) 3. Cold Light Of Morning (4:41) 4. Toe The Line (3:31) 5. How To Leave (2:54) 6. I've Lost Everything (3:09) 7. Train Of Misery (3:52) 8. Anywhere Is Fine (3:01) 9. The Way Back (2:36) 10. High Stakes (3:03) 11. Nothing Can Be Done (3:33) 12. I Will Find You (4:06) 13. Windfall (2:40) 14. Emilia Farewell (3:31) 15. Hangin' Around (4:00) 16. How's It Goin' (3:03) 17. Cold Day (4:03)
Once upon a time in Nashville, Tenn., there were three young men who played in a band. They enjoyed themselves and accomplished many things before going their separate ways, each to seek his fortune in the Wide World. They vowed that one day they would again combine their talents and share what they had learned. Now, via the electrical power of the Information Super-Lonesome Highway, The Sawdust Brothers have been reunited.

"Tennessee Rose" is the debut album from these virtual purveyors of fine country music. Ryan Murphey is based in Nashville, Johnny Dowers in Los Angeles, and David E. Lane in Portland, OR. Thus the record comprises two years of long- and short-distance collaboration, with The Sawdust Brothers writing the songs and performing and recording all the instruments themselves. The album was then mixed in Nashville by Grammy-winning engineer Keith Compton (whose credits include Emmylou Harris & Roy Orbison).

"25 years in Nashville, I move to NY state, and NOW the best country band I've heard in decades shows up? They combine the simple authenticity of 'real' country music of the 50's with modern touches à la The Byrds, The Dead, Burrito Brothers, etc. Even the sad songs brighten things up. Amazing musical alchemy, and the best thing I've heard this year." -Vic Garbarini
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