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Gary Wright & Leah Weiss - Down This Road (2004)

30-04-2014, 09:43
Music | Country | Rock | FLAC / APE

Gary Wright & Leah Weiss - Down This Road (2004)

Artist: Gary Wright & Leah Weiss
Title Of Album: Down This Road
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Gary Wright & Leah Weiss
Genre: Country, Southern Rock, Americana
Quality: Mp3 | Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 52:40 Min
Total Size: 140 Mb | 332 Mb


01. Snow Don't Fall 03:18
02. Since I Lost Your Love 02:44
03. Medicine Springs 03:45
04. Big Pain 03:29
05. Moonshiner 04:48
06. Nothing Matters 03:32
07. Down This Road 05:15
08. He Was a Friend of Mine 04:19
09. Pretty Polly 03:30
10. White Pine Grove 03:39
11. I Truly Understand 04:38
12. Dark as a Dungeon 03:27
13. Remember 02:32
14. Shuckin the Brush 03:43

Down This Road presents a solid array of roots-Americana music from Gary Wright & Leah Weiss. Driving fiddle lines and tight harmony singing shape this sweet blend of originals, reinvented old-time traditional songs, and innovative covers by Townes Van Zandt, Ralph Stanley, and Merle Travis. Wright and Weiss are joined by musical guests Al Tharp (of Beausoleil) on banjo, bass, and keyboards, and Dave Biddison (of The Hix) on drums, and percussion. Tharp also engineered and co-produced the recording. "The music is strong," says the Chesapeake Music Guide of Down This Road, "the musicians and arrangements shine." For nine years, Wright was guitarist in The Hix, a Philadelphia-based electric-roots band. For nearly 15 years, Weiss performed with the Boston-based, all-female string band, The Poodles. In 2001, Wright and Wright left their sideman roles to take center stage. Based in Annapolis, Maryland, they began performing as a duo, singing traditional country duets, and soon branched out to a more alternative-country influenced sound. Their band includes drummer and vocalist Tom Fridrich (of The Remnants) and bassist Jeff Muller (of Karl Straub Combo). They also perform with June Drucker and Taki Masuko (of the Horse Flies), Rose Sinclair (formerly of the Heartbeats), Al Tharp, and Mark Schatz (of Nickel Creek).

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