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Lianna Rose - Travellers (2015)

11-03-2015, 20:32
Music | Blues | Country | Rock

Lianna Rose - Travellers (2015)

Artist: Lianna Rose
Title Of Album: Travellers
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Country/Rock/Blues
Label: WJO
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 50:22
Total Size: 117 Mb

1. Willy Wagtail (3:07)
2. Big Ass Town (3:03)
3. That's What I Said (3:46)
4. Travellers (4:06)
5. Somebody Save Me (3:57)
6. Pillar To Post (4:40)
7. Bullet In The Back (3:00)
8. I'm Still Standing (4:58)
9. Cowboy (3:45)
10. Take It's Toll (4:17)
11. Hey Jo (3:41)
12. Wrap My Lunch In Brown Paper (3:46)
13. Your Town (4:10)

Lianna Rose’s emergence onto the Australian Music scene excited the industry with her unique take on Alt-Country/Roots in Australia. Her debut album “Soak Up The World”, delivered a fresh sound derived from a perfect combination of Lianna’s honest lyrics and eclectic musical styles, creating an individual path for herself as an Australian original artist.

“This is great stuff, her songs are good, reminding me of Shawn Colvin. A wonderful debut” Jeff Jenkins, JB Hi-Fi Magazine.

“A world class act, worth the wait” Jon Wolfe, Capital News.

The album received continuous exposure on Australia television’s best loved dramas “Home & Away” & “Neighbours” and with Paul Hogan’s box office smash “Charlie & Boots” Rose’s original melodies swept around the globe gathering a momentum of favourable attention.

Lianna returns with her second album “Travellers” an album that defies boundaries and ignites the imagination. A blend of Alt- Country/Blues & Roots infused with heartfelt lyrics, infectious grooves and delicate harmony. “Travellers” takes a deeper look at the journey of an artist who is not afraid to explore the length & breadth of the road less travelled.

From the opening track “Willy Wagtail” a rockabilly influenced track highlights the joy one feels when taking the time to appreciate the little things in life, to the haunting & reflective “Pillar to Post”, Lianna has a gift for digging deep into her own, and her listeners, personal truths. “Big Ass Town” a powerful and infectious riff laden track, rocks along this “fly on the wall” perspective, of a inner city night out on the town. “Wrap My Lunch in Brown Paper” harnesses the endurance of a journey as a singer/songwriter. “Hey Jo” pays tribute to her close friends in her teenage years and is a snapshot of a place & time when John “Cougar” Mellencamp was a smash hit on the radio. “Somebody Save Me” subtly expresses the highs & lows of love and relationships. “That’s what I said” exposes her quirky imagination referencing her child hood passion for western movies. An imaginary silver screen flickers before your very eyes whilst listening to this tale of a love battle gone wrong. “Cowboy” takes a light-hearted look at the life of a cowboy and his insatiable need to be free while “Take its Toll” a defiant shot at the non-believers she has endured over the years, is as infectiously toe-tapping as it is scathing. The bluegrass-inspired “Bullet in the Back” is one of the strongest tracks on the album and Lianna superbly articulates a mother’s love for her child in a song written as a gift to her eldest daughter leaving home to attend university. “Im still standing” a spine tingling unveiling of a life journey, captures the spirit of self-triumph. In “Your Town” Lianna pays tribute to German Rock band, Ramstein, who inspired her to explore unfamiliar musical territories, drawing on the emotions felt after falling in love with their music and creativity. “Travellers” after experiencing the sudden loss of a loved-one, Lianna awoke in the early hours. Sitting in the dark, guitar in one hand, pen in the other and questioning her spirituality she wrote this moving song. She recalls feeling an overwhelming sense of peace wash over her after writing and she knew in her heart that this song had to be the title of the new album. “Travellers”.

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