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Troy Cassar-Daley - Freedom Ride (2015) Lossless

8-05-2015, 07:36
Music | Country | FLAC / APE

Troy Cassar-Daley - Freedom Ride (2015) Lossless

Artist: Troy Cassar-Daley
Title Of Album: Freedom Ride
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Liberation Music
Genre: Country
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 48:00 min
Total Size: 303 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


1. Take A Walk In My Country
2. Since You Left This Town
3. Something About Trains
4. Tennessee Rain
5. Another Australian Day
6. Freedom Ride (feat. Paul Kelly)
7. This Old Hat
8. Two Weeks On, Two Weeks Off (feat.Jimmy Barnes)
9. Drive It
10. Black Mountain
11. This Day
12. Road Ready

Liberation Music is thrilled to announce Australian country music icon Troy Cassar-Daley's 9th studio album, 'Freedom Ride!' Grafton boy he may be, but Troy Cassar-Daley is a musical nomad. Troy's entire career has been as nomadic as it has been successful. 25 years has delivered numerous ARIA & APRA awards, 26 Golden Guitars, gold and platinum records and a legion of loyal fans. Cassar-Daley has the hunter's instinct. He's a resourceful and irrepressible collaborator who seems to bring the best out in everyone he works with, be they writer, musician or technician. And it's quite a mob. Paul Kelly steps up as vocalist as well as lyricist on the title track "Freedom Ride," Cold Chisel frontman Jimmy Barnes joins Troy for an earthy duet, the blue collared FIFO anthem "Two Weeks On Two Weeks Off." The careful craftwork of Peter Denahy and Colin Buchanan is breathed into musical life by the likes of Brent Mason, Biff Watson, Eddie Bayers, Michael Rhodes, Tom Bukovac, Steve Nathan, Bruce Watkins and Larry Franklin. Troy Cassar-Daley: musical nomad, inviting us all to join him on the 'Freedom Ride.'

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