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John Aulabaugh - Of Sins Present And Past (2015)

1-04-2015, 21:35
Music | Country | Rock | Alternative

John Aulabaugh - Of Sins Present And Past (2015)

Artist: John Aulabaugh
Title Of Album: Of Sins Present And Past
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Country/Rock/Alternative
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 42:38
Total Size: 102 MB

1. Road Less Traveled (4:10)
2. Elasticity (2:47)
3. It's Coming (3:44)
4. Undone (3:49)
5. One More Down The Line (4:05)
6. Never Grow Tired Of You (5:17)
7. Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (4:02)
8. Awake (5:27)
9. The Strange (4:20)
10. The Gift Of Mediocrity (4:53)

John Aulabaugh is an alt-country rock n’ roll singer and storyteller with aspirations beyond just a musical career. A philanthropist, businessman, writer, father and husband, every aspect of John’s life informs and inspires his music. His debut solo album.

Of Sins Present And Past talks of addiction and recovery, of secrecy and deceit, of compulsion and hurt, pain and recovery. And just as that journey is full of ups and downs, John’s music hits you on unexpected, and at times slightly uncomfortable levels. It sings of despair, desire, destruction, desperation and the hope of ultimate deliverance, through well-written, meaningful lyrics and intelligent, carefully crafted melodies.

If you asked me to pull out a few tracks as standouts? It’s tough, because they are all good, but I’d say that having spent a few days listening, the tracks that I find myself singing are the wonderfully acoustic A Road Less Travelled, the darker, more compulsive Strange, the more laid back, rhythmic feel of Awake, and the beautifully haunting Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore. That these tracks each have their own feel and flavor just highlights again how John Aulabaugh has delivered a welcome, refreshing breath of fresh air with Of Sins Present And Past.

This new kid on the alt-country block has been round that block a few times, and his music is all the better for it.

John Aulabaugh‘s debut album, Of Sins Present And Past, is a habit well worth indulging. Featuring such renowned artists as Jessy Greene and Rami Jaffee, it’s at the same time both personal and universal, and deserves all the acclaim it will undoubtably create.

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