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Cornflower Blue - Invincible (2016)

23-09-2016, 14:08
Country | Rock

Title: Invincible
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Cornflower Blue
Genre: Country, Alt Country, Americana
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 37:56
Total Size: 102 Mb


1. Catherine
2. Long Walk Home
3. Around My Heart
4. Snowed In
5. Way Down Town
6. The Ballad of Don Rich and Buck Owens
7. Cold Snap
8. Invincible
9. Mary Joseph / Mary Joe
10. Reason to Smile
11. Wrong
12. Elmdale

Everyday occurrences, no matter how small or insignificant they may initially appear, are the essence of life. There’s the love of a parent for a child. The urge to escape through alcoholic indulgence. The heartache that often accompanies loneliness, creating the need to hold another person close. The despair that lies in homelessness and the heartbreak of unrequited love. The celebration of heroes and desperate attempts to seize a specific moment in time. These are experiences that create a universal bond, inspiring songs that need to be sung, and sentiments that beg to be shared.
Those are the realities that Cornflower Blue express on their upcoming album, the aptly titled Invincible, scheduled for release on June 3, 2016, on both CD and vinyl.
Their highly received sophomore set, Run Down the Rails, charted Top 10 on both the Music Roots Country Chart, and the Roots Music Report Canadian Roots Chart. It gained entry onto the Top 100 of Nashville Music Row’s Country Breakout Chart.
The new album Invincible spotlights the vibrant harmonies and resplendent melodies for which this Canadian band has become known.
Led by Trevor May (vocals, guitar) and Theresa McInerney (vocals, guitar), and featuring Dasha Korycan (Bass), Deanna McDougall (Violin) and Robbie Vegas McLeod (Drums), the group has garnered comparisons to Gram and Emmylou, Johnny and June, and Richard and Linda Thompson, given that their tales of hope and heartache, love and longing, desire and despair are fraught with emotions that seem to come from firsthand experience. These are true-life tales synonymous with the human condition, both good or bad, and they create an immediate impression. The new songs resonate with spirit and determination, courtesy of rootsy arrangements, seamless harmonies and the kind of down home melodies well suited for both back porch hoedowns or festival stages.

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mufty77   User offline   25 June 2016 11:47

Please lossless!

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