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[ MP3 320kbps ] - Scott Southworth - The Last Honky Tonk in Town (2016)
« Reply #1 on: 21 de August de 2016, 14:16 »


Artist: Scott Southworth
Title: The Last Honky Tonk in Town
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Scott Southworth
Genre: Country
Quality: Mp3/320 kbps
Total Time: 37:42
Total Size: 108 Mb




Tracklist:

1. When the Last Jukebox Dies
2. Whiskey Bottle
3. Dying as Fast as I Can
4. Whiskey in Heaven
5. C'mon Dance with Me
6. That's What a Working Man Does
7. Mama Was a Roller Derby Queen
8. I'll Be a Song
9. Waltzes and Old Cowboy Songs
10. Here's to Us
11. Curves (feat. Julie Downs)

I write songs in Nashville...most of my recordings are meant to be pitched to today's radio stars. But every now and then, I need to record something just for me, just because I want to hear the wail of a steel guitar, or the plaintive cry of a fiddle or the distinctive crunch of and old Telecaster guitar to an outlaw back beat.

These are songs I recorded because I love Country Music...the kind that told real stories of loss, heartache, failure and roller derby girls. This CD, "The Last Honky Tonk In Town" is a collection of songs I've written in the past 10 years that don't fit today's idea of what the "kids want to hear on the radio".

Living in Nashville, I have the opportunity to record with some of the finest, top shelf, studio musicians, engineers and producers in the business. I'm humbled and awe struck every time I hear these amazing pickers breathe life to my songs. If you miss hearing that "Traditional Country" sound on your radio, then I hope you give this a listen...C'mon in, the whiskey's fine!









 

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