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Bob Woodruff - The Year We Tried To Kill The Pain (2013) FLAC

14-02-2014, 07:18
Blues | Country | Rock | FLAC / APE

Bob Woodruff - The Year We Tried To Kill The Pain (2013) FLAC

Artist: Bob Woodruff
Title Of Album: The Year We Tried To Kill The Pain
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Bob Woodruff/Rootsy
Genre: Country, Blues, Rock
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 54:53
Total Size: 345 mb


1. I Didn't Know
2. I'm the Train
3. The Year We Tried to Kill the Pain
4. Feel the Way I Feel
5. There's Something There
6. Stop in the Name of Love
7. Bayou Girl
8. I'm Losing You
9. So Many Teardrops
10. Stand in the Way
11. Paint the Town Blue
12. If I Was Your Man

Bob Woodruff is a critically acclaimed songwriter and recording artist from NYC. More than a few top critics have stated that his albums are among the finest country-rock records ever released.
While Bob took some time to pursue other interests outside the music business for awhile, he is currently living in Los Angeles where he is writing songs and composing music for motion pictures, television and other recording artists.
The Year We Tried to Kill the Pain was recorded in Sweden and there’s a mix of reworked old songs and new creations.
A striking blend of country, blues, roots and r&b, the album features a dozen vivid musical character studies, skilfully rendered in cinematic detail all bar one written or co-written by Woodruff. The title song was originally recorded for that debut album and was the B-side of his classic Hard Liquor, Cold Women, Warm Beer single that sunk without trace. Like so much of the material on this album, this song has terrifically ‘real’ lyrics and gets right under your skin.

A nod back to his fondness for soul, especially Motown, comes to the fore with his reworking of the Supremes’ Stop In The Name Of Love. Spiced with steel guitar, his husky hurts-so-good baritone gives the song a whole new meaning.

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