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The Boxmasters - Somewhere Down the Road (2015)

21-12-2015, 17:54
Music | Country | Rock | Alternative | FLAC / APE

Title: Somewhere Down the Road
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: 101 Ranch Records
Genre: Alt Country
Quality: 320/Flac
Total Time: 85:01
Total Size: 212/630 Mb


1. Sometime's There's a Reason for the Pain
2. You'll Be Lonely Tonight
3. This Game Is Over
4. Piece of the Sky
5. Dead Inside
6. Was That My Only Ride
7. Kathy Won't Share
8. A Thousand Miles Away
9. Love Is Real Tonight
10. Getting Past the Lullaby
11. Hallelujah
12. Somewhere Down the Road
13. Away, Away
14. What Did You Do Today
15. Young Man's Game
16. Always Lie
17. Don't Follow Me Down
18. Who Can I Tell
19. Wicked for an Angel
20. Why Don't You Come Down
21. Unknown
22. Somewhere

Fronted by the mercurial actor and musician and drummer Billy Bob (known here as W.R., -- obviously William Robert) Thornton, the Boxmasters (the membership, at least in the recording capacity, rounded out by J.D. Andrew on bass, guitars, and vocals and Michael Wayne Butler on guitars and lap steel) are a California-based electric rockabilly/country rock band that is influenced by the sounds of Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, and Buck Owens but puts a unique spin on the genre by adding a dash of British Invasion-era rock (Beatles, Stones, Kinks) to the mix. The band honed its skills in its early days by playing a handful of live shows in the California area, as well as a few gigs in Tecate, Mexico. The three-piece soon entered the studio -- after securing a deal with Vanguard -- and recorded its 2008 debut, simply titled The Boxmasters. To augment their sound -- and allow W.R. Thornton to step out from behind the drums to take the vocals to the people -- the Boxmasters recruited some sidemen to take on their road trips. These musicians included Brad Davis on mandolin, guitar, and vocals; Teddy Andreadis on harmonica and organ/keys; and Mike Bruce on drums. Later in 2008 the band released the holiday album Christmas Cheer, also on Vanguard. Released in 2009, Modbilly featured two discs, one stocked with originals and the other with covers. ~ Chris True

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