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Chris Murphy - Red Mountain Blues (2016)

24-09-2016, 13:22
Country | Folk | FLAC / APE

Title: Red Mountain Blues
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Teahouse Records
Genre: Country, Americana, Bluegrass
Quality: 320/Flac
Total Time: 57:35
Total Size: 141/425 Mb


1. Red Mountain Blues
2. Dirt Time
3. High Country
4. Black Roller
5. Kitchen Girl (feat. Tim O'Brien)
6. Cast Iron
7. Dry County
8. Walt Whitman
9. Dig for One Day More
10. Buckwheat Pancakes
11. Meet Me Tonight
12. Johnson County
13. Chickasaw Fredman
14. The Lord Will Provide

Distilling the essence of Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs, and Bob Wills into a heady spirit of moaning fiddle, burbling banjo, dandelion mandolins and high-lonesome harmonies, the songs on Chris Murphy’s Red Mountain Blues move and morph like a moonshine dream, from the uninhibited exuberance of the torrid title-track to the wistful ragtime reflections of “The Lord Will Provide.” Shifts in tempo, mood, and execution—from the brazenly virtuosic to the more tempered and sober—underline songs like “Dirt Time,” “Meet Me Tonight” and “Buckwheat Pancakes.”

Murphy’s flexible combo—including Grammy winning bluegrass vocalist Tim O’Brien, and players who’ve backed Gram Parsons, Shooter Jennings, and Richard Thompson—draws the full measure from both barn-raisers and come-to-Jesus moments. Surely, fans of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Ry Cooder, David Grisman, and The Band will find a certain redemption in Murphy’s tin-type Americana, a cinematic blend of bluegrass, country and folk aesthetics that sits comfortably alongside new-generation folkies like Mumford & Sons and The Lumineers, but suggests a much older vintage, and a far deeper pedigree.

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