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Mary Gauthier - Trouble & Love (2014) Lossless

15-07-2014, 08:04
Blues | Folk | Country | FLAC / APE

Mary Gauthier - Trouble & Love (2014) Lossless

Artist: Mary Gauthier
Title Of Album: Trouble & Love
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Six Shooter Records
Genre: Blues, Folk, Alt-Country, Americana, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 38:21 min
Total Size: 211 MB


1. When A Woman Goes Cold
2. False From True
3. Trouble and Love
4. Oh Soul
5. Worthy
6. Walking Each Other Home
7. How You Learn To Live Alone
8. Another Train

Trouble & Love, Mary's first studio CD since 2010, was co-produced by Mary with Patrick Granado (whose credits include Grammys for a Delbert McClinton record he produced and a tribute CD to Stephen Foster), recorded in Ricky Skaggs' studio outside Nashville and features the support of Darrell Scott, Beth Nielsen Chapman and Ashley Cleveland. One track from Trouble & Love, "How You Learn To Live Alone", co-written with Gretchen Peters, was chosen for Season II of the hit TV show Nashville. On the record, the legendary Duane Eddy plays guitar on this song. A Louisiana-native turned Nashville-resident, Mary Gauthier (it's French - pronounced Go-SHAY) has had an extraordinary life. A teenage runaway who found her first shelter among addicts and drag queens, struggled with drug addiction and became a chef/owner of three restaurants in Boston before selling them in 2001 to become a full time songwriter. Mary's songs have been praised by both Bob Dylan and Tom Waits and recorded by Jimmy Buffett, Blake Shelton, Boy George, Tim McGraw, Candi Staton amongst others. After years of measured success in the world of record deals and major labels, Gauthier has now taken the reins to her business. "I am now happily and successfully working with my own team outside of the major label model," she says, "Taking back and claiming my power is the underlying theme of this project, and of my life." "This album reflects a total human experience. Love, loss, and a life transformed." Gauthier sums up. "It's not a random collection of songs. This record is a story. It's about trust and faith and believing that there's a plan and a flow. And the flow is where the good stuff is because there's wisdom in the flow. At the core, we're all cut from the same cloth-- the same dreams, the same brokenness, the same desire for companionship and family and home. Yeah, we all have that. And if I don't go deep enough into that, it's a problem. "There's no such thing as going too deep." Amen to that.

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