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Matt Woods – With Love from Brushy Mountain (2014) Lossless

26-12-2014, 21:59
Music | Country | Rock | FLAC / APE

Matt Woods – With Love from Brushy Mountain (2014) Lossless

Artist: Matt Woods
Title Of Album: With Love From Brushy Mountain
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Lonely Ones Records
Genre: Country, Rock
Quality: Flac
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 49:16 Min
Total Size: 340 Mb


1. Ain't No Living
2. West Texas Wind
3. Snack Bar Mary and the Ten Pin Priest
4. Tiny Anchors
5. Drinking To Forget
6. Deadman's Blues
7. With Love From Brushy Mountain
8. Real Hard Times
9. Lying On The Floor
10. Lucero Song
11. Liberty Bell
12. 80 Miles An Hour

The first thing you'll notice is the voice. Matt Woods has a robust, vibrato-heavy baritone that is unmistakably country. His drawl is neither muted nor faked, and it's twangy as hell. He sounds good singing smooth and steady or letting it rip, his timbre becoming ragged and strained. His is an unforgettable set of pipes.
The next thing that sticks out is the songwriting. Or maybe that's the first thing. They are both more than notable, so you're right either way.
Matt's writing is truth. Period. Exclamation point. "It ain't no living, it's my life" he sings on With Love from Brushy Mountain's opener, a treatise on the road life of a singer. "I'll trade you a song for a beer" and there's no doubt some nights that's all he got paid and in the grand scheme of things, he didn't mind too much.
"Tiny Anchors" is a showcase of Woods' songwriting abilities. It's a subtle, insightful look into what are possibly last days of a relationship. But there's still some hope. "Hang on with me" he pleads.

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