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Cahalen Morrison & Country Hammer - The Flower Of Muscle Shoals (2014)

28-08-2014, 16:18
Music | Country

Cahalen Morrison & Country Hammer - The Flower Of Muscle Shoals (2014)

Artist: Cahalen Morrison & Country Hammer
Title Of Album: The Flower Of Muscle Shoals
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Country
Label: Free Dirt Records
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 36:32
Total Size: 107 Mb

1. Nighttime Is Here On The Valley (2:59)
2. The Flower Of Muscle Shoals (2:19)
3. Cascabel Valley (3:58)
4. Sorrow Lines The Highway Of Regret (2:46)
5. The Delta Divine (2:34)
6. Over And Over And Over Again (4:20)
7. I've Won Every Battle, But I've Lost Every War (3:36)
8. Our Love Is Like A Hurricane (2:36)
9. San Luis (2:41)
10. Through Your Window (3:32)
11. Hobbled And Grazing (3:04)
12. A Daisy In Tennessee (2:57)

Cahalen Morrison grew up surrounded by the deep roots of country music; he played in his first country band as a precocious 13 year old. Leaving New Mexico as a young man, his music began to branch out. “I did what every teenager does, and decided to go down the rock, and whatever road,” Cahalen explains. “But then I came back around to acoustic music, and now back to country. I love the focus on singing and the songs; I love the deep sincerity, the absurd humor… But obviously, overall, I really just love the music.” That full circle journey enabled Cahalen to develop a sound that sets him apart from other country artists.

After releasing several recordings as part of old-time duo Cahalen Morrison & Eli West, Morrison has further embraced the country music that shaped his youth. While offering up the comforting sounds of country and western’s roots, the album plays more like a new classic than a dusty Nashville relic; glimmers of influence from the days of Hank Williams all the way to Dwight Yoakam pepper the album’s twelve tracks. Morrison’s vocals steer listeners through the expansive landscape of his songwriting, marked by the subtle, yet striking truths he conveys with poetic ease. The Flower of Muscle Shoals swings through graceful arrangements of guitars, pedal steel, fiddle, bass and percussion, with a rich texture and genuine respect for the tradition country and old-time music. Cahalen Morrison now lives in Seattle with his wife, for whom he wrote the lovely title track (she’s from Muscle Shoals, AL). His band, Country Hammer, features some of the best Americana musicians in the Northwest and beyond.

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