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Andrew Stockdale - Keep Moving (2013)

6-01-2014, 08:52
Music | Blues | Rock | Metal

Andrew Stockdale - Keep Moving (2013)

Artist: Andrew Stockdale
Title Of Album: Keep Moving
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Universal
Genre: Blues Rock, Hard Rock
Quality: Mp3 (covers)
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 72:59 Min
Total Size: 197 Mb


01. Long Way To Go 4:48
02. Keep Moving 3:01
03. Somebody's Calling 3:48
04. Vigarious 4:47
05. Year Of The Dragon 4:49
06. Meridian 4:58
07. Ghetto 5:25
08. Suitcase (One More Time) 5:15
09. Of The Earth 4:19
10. Let It Go 4:49
11. Let Somebody Love You 3:15
12. She's A Motorhead 3:44
13. Standing On The Corner 2:47
14. Country 3:47
15. Black Swan 4:21
16. Everyday Drone 4:45
17. It Occured To Me 4:14

After nearly a decade on the road with Wolfmother, Andrew Stockdale announces his first solo album, Keep Moving. The self-produced album will be out on June 11th on Caroline Records. Stockdale has released a video for the album’s lead single, “Long Way To Go”. Watch it above.
Stockdale spent the last three years writing in and out of studios and hotel rooms, recording with a variety of musicians and fine-tuning the record to a point where he felt he gelled with it. “I’m really happy with it,” Stockdale says of the new album. “Totally, absolutely, I love it. I can live with it. I’ve listened to it 1,000 times.”
For Andrew Stockdale, “Long Way To Go” came together in a flash. The song grapples with the theme of others’ expectations. “It’s about when people pigeonhole you, and categorise you. It’s not up to anyone else to tell you the way your dreams can be fulfilled. It’s up to you to follow your heart and try make things happen. Whatever someone thinks you can or can’t do, it’s not up to them. It’s up to the individual. And if someone thinks they’ve got me all worked out, well, hey, I’ve got a long way to go.”
Stockdale admits there was pressure to continue playing as Wolfmother, a name created with earlier collaborators. “It was a name, a brand everyone knows. But I don’t feel comfortable playing as Wolfmother,” Stockdale says. “When you write a song, what’s on your mind comes out, what’s in your heart and soul comes out. It’s about your life experiences. I’ve been getting stuff off my chest, expressing ideas and experiences that are personal to me and I don’t want to keep then applying that to the Wolfmother name. I had pressure on my shoulders.”

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