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Leanne Tennant - Pull Up Your Britches (2014)

4-11-2014, 10:25
Music | Jazz | Blues | Folk | Pop

Leanne Tennant - Pull Up Your Britches (2014)

Artist: Leanne Tennant
Title Of Album: Pull Up Your Britches
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Folk/Pop/Blues/Jazz
Label: Columbia Records
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 37:30
Total Size: 87 Mb

1. Mrs Brown (2:46)
2. Black Snake Calls (4:11)
3. Bearing The Crown (2:51)
4. Franklin Street (2:47)
5. Boom Boom (3:30)
6. Buick, Pontiac, Cadillac (3:27)
7. Hills Of Home Feat. Bill Chambers (2:48)
8. Blues Calling (5:23)
9. 7 Drunken Nights Feat. Pepi Mara (5:30)
10. Higher Ground (4:12)

Just a few years into her creative career already blessed with highlights, Leanne is an artist who manages to mix vulnerability with an unusual strength. This is the feeling that runs through her album, Pull Up Your Britches, which blends a colourful tapestry of delicate moments met with a fiery backhand.

Recorded and mixed with Mark Myers at Big Sister Studios in Cairns, the album consists of a fine line up of musicians including, Bill Chambers - The Hillbillykillers, Jordan Ireland - The Middle East, Jack Venables - Osaka Punch and Simon McMenamin - The McMenamins. She has already had success with tracks Bearing The Crown and Black Snake Calls being played on Triple J.

Written as individual pieces and recorded with two separate line ups, the album has a distinct feel of genre bending.

Leanne has been writing songs and in love with music for as long as she can remember. She began playing the guitar in her teens and started performing publicly by busking in the subways of Brisbane before commencing gig life as soon as she left high school. She has played many festivals including Bigsound, Cairns Festival and Tamworth Country Music Festival and continues to be re-booked for events.

Leanne is very excited to release her debut album, Pull Up Your Britches. It's a collection of songs which represents an artist who has grown and is not afraid to take risks. Pull Up Your Britches, also the first line in Horror-Country track, Boom Boom, represents a time to pick yourself up, move on and make change. This album has a clear indication of Leanne expanding on her current style yet growing into a whole new direction.

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