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David Zollo & The Body Electric - For Hire (2014)

4-10-2014, 16:49
Music | Blues | Rock

David Zollo & The Body Electric - For Hire (2014)

Artist: David Zollo & The Body Electric
Title Of Album: For Hire
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Blues Rock, Americana
Label: Old Man's Creek Music
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 43:17
Total Size: 102 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Ain't No God But God (5:20)
02. For Hire (4:59)
03. Out Of The Cradle (Endlessly Rocking) (5:14)
04. If I Had The Wings Of A Dove (2:42)
05. Unrequited Love (6:00)
06. Please Don't Leave Me Alone (4:08)
07. Like You Want Me To (4:16)
08. This Is All We Are (3:59)
09. The Hour Of Our Need (6:35)

The long-awaited new release from Iowa City-based singer/songwriter/bandleader/producer, featuring 9 new songs and made with his touring band, The Body Electric, as well as many musical guests, and is co-produced by long-time musical partner Stephen Howard. Zollo is known for his work as a sideman with such American roots-music luminaries as Todd Snider, Greg Brown, The Pines, and William Elliot Whitmore (to name a few) but also for his work as songwriter and frontman of Iowa's alt-country pioneers, High and Lonesome, and the solo records he made with his own band. This is Zollo's first recording since leaving the record label he founded and ran from 1994-2005, Trailer Records, which put out releases by Greg Brown, Bo Ramsey, High and Lonesome, Pieta Brown, Brother Trucker and Kelly Pardekooper, among many others. As with Zollo's previous records, "For Hire" mixes rock and roll, blues, soul, gospel and honkey-tonk, to create a unique sound all his own.

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