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Mark Utley & Bulletville - Bulletville (2015)

7-04-2015, 22:16
Music | Country

Mark Utley & Bulletville - Bulletville (2015)

Artist: Mark Utley & Bulletville
Title Of Album: Bulletville
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Country/Americana
Label: Sleep Cat Records
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 40:43
Total Size: 103 MB

1. Good Timin' Girl (3:58)
2. Wish You Were Her (3:42)
3. Remember To Forget (3:23)
4. Firecracker (3:35)
5. Honey, I'm Home (4:15)
6. Jesus Wept (3:53)
7. Only In Our Minds (4:03)
8. One Heartbeat At A Time (2:39)
9. The Only Thing (3:49)
10. Four In The Morning (4:49)
11. Bluebird (2:32)

"As country as Country once was...served straight up. These songs are meant to be heard amidst both neon bar room glow and a barren moonlit road." - Bucket Full of Nails

MARK UTLEY & BULLETVILLE performs straight-up Country music in the classic style. Originally formed as an offshoot of Magnolia Mountain, the band has now come into its own as a powerhouse live and studio outfit. The band features MM's Mark Utley, Renee Frye, Jeff Vanover, and Todd Drake, joined by bassist Ken Kimbrell, world-renowned keyboardist Ricky Nye and award-winning pedal steel guitarist John Lang. Bulletville plays a combination of Mark's original songs augmented by a great selection of classic Country covers by the likes of Waylon Jennings, Tammy Wynette, George Jones, Loretta Lynn, Gram Parsons, and more.

Bulletville served as the backing band for Mark Utley's debut solo album, Four Chords and a Lie, released in July 2013. A brand new album, entitled Bulletville, was recorded in Novemer/December 2014 at Ultrasuede Studio with the Afghan Whigs' John Curley producing. The album will be released on vinyl LP, compact disc, and digital download by label This is American Music on April 11, 2015.

"This is true Country music. The hooks and melodies lure listeners in, allowing Utley’s lyrics to sink their teeth into them. Influences from Country music’s past litter the songs as Utley and company deliver a classic sound that never gets old. Country music is at a crossroads where over-produced pop melodies and hiphop-inspired vocals have over taken the industry, threatening to choke out any semblance of the classic sounds. Thankfully, there are bands like Bulletville that understand that good Country music is about substance not style, and this band is full of substance." - Chris Martin, Atlanta Music Examiner

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