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Alex Guthrie - Lessons Learned (2014)

10-09-2014, 16:11
Music | Blues | Folk | Rock

Alex Guthrie - Lessons Learned (2014)

Artist: Alex Guthrie
Title Of Album: Lessons Learned
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Folk/Rock/Blues/Americana
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 36:45
Total Size: 85 Mb

1. Colorado (3:50)
2. Luckiest Man (2:53)
3. Something To Replace (3:26)
4. Just A Phase (3:57)
5. Movin' On (3:25)
6. Woman Who's Waiting (3:14)
7. Broken Man Blues (4:21)
8. Hold On Me (4:17)
9. Put Your Guns Away (4:40)
10. Lessons Learned (2:37)

Alex Guthrie may only be 19 years old, but when his honey-rich voice bathes you with his life-earned lyrics, you’ll say what everyone does … “he’s an old soul.” Like a fine whiskey that starts rough and raw, but in an oak barrel, mellows to smooth, complex flavors, his voice builds from his toes - pure feeling - then rumbles through his chest, tempered by heart and emotion. The tone is clear and strong, but with grit and guts too – a great mahogany board polished smooth as glass, but still the grain is strong, swirling and proud. Each layer of growth representing both the beauty and strength that makes it special.

Listening to his grab-you-by-the-shirt-and-pull-you-in-tight voice, you could almost fail to notice Alex’s chops on the guitar … almost. Before Alex reached deep down in his soul and found his voice, he was guitarist. He still pops up, from time to time, with some of the region’s top acts to sub-in on lead guitar. Thoughtlessly, as though the guitar is a part of his body, Alex encourages the guitar to sing. Whether it is the crying wail of slide guitar, speaking in call-and-response to Alex’s words or his fingers dancing across the neck in soul-filled solo, his guitar never fails to impress.

With influences including Otis Redding, Van Morrison, Marc Broussard, and Ray LaMontagne, Alex’s genre goes by different names to different people. Folk-Rock, Blues, or Americana; the listener’s preference is likely to influence his or her categorization. What they all agree on, though, is that it’s great music … or as Alex sometimes says with a broad, sideways grin, Great Folk’in Music.

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