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The Cox Family - Gone Like the Cotton (2015)

16-09-2015, 13:37
Music | Folk | Country

The Cox Family - Gone Like the Cotton (2015)

Artist: The Cox Family
Title Of Album: Gone Like the Cotton
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Rounder Records
Genre: Folk, Country, Bluegrass, Americana
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 44:47 min
Total Size: 103 MB
WebSite: amazon


01. Good Imitation Of The Blues (3:11)
02. Lost Without Your Love (4:29)
03. Cash On The Barrelhead (2:49)
04. Desire (3:32)
05. In My Eyes (4:14)
06. Good News (4:39)
07. Let It Roll (5:42)
08. I’m Not So Far Away (2:57)
09. Honky Tonk Blues (2:22)
10. Too Far Gone (3:18)
11. I’ll Get Over You (3:31)
12. Gone Like The Cotton (4:03)

The Cox Family, widely known for their GRAMMY®-winning collaboration with Alison Krauss, I Know Who Holds Tomorrow, as well as their ravishing performance of "I Am Weary, Let Me Rest" from the smash-hit soundtrack O Brother, Where Art Thou?, make a triumphant return with Gone Like the Cotton, an album 17 years in the making. . .

Gone Like The Cotton is a stunning work, of which Rolling Stone s Stephen Betts writes, "Like the Cox Family's previous efforts, Gone Like the Cotton is built on a solid country-music foundation with sensational harmony singing and inspired song selection ... the Coxes haven't missed a beat, a tasty instrumental lick, or a sterling vocal performance in spite of the nearly two decades between the album's late 20th-century start and glorious 2015 finish."

Producer Alison Krauss reflects, "I can't remember when I've been lucky enough to be witness to a story where such generosity and talent come together so perfectly. I've had the time of my life getting to work on the record again. The Cox Family hold a place in my heart like no other, and listening to them for all of us is like coming home."

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