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Christopher Denny – If The Roses Don’t Kill Us (2014) Lossless

5-09-2014, 04:24
Music | Folk | Country | Rock | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE



Christopher Denny – If The Roses Don’t Kill Us (2014) Lossless


Artist: Christopher Denny
Title Of Album: If The Roses Don’t Kill Us
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Partisan Records
Genre: Alt Country, Indie Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: Flac
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 46:49 Min
Total Size: 291 Mb

Tracklist:

1. Happy Sad (1:56)
2. God's Height (4:46)
3. Our Kind Of Love (4:15)
4. Wings (4:50)
5. Million Little Thoughts (4:15)
6. Watch Me Shine (4:25)
7. If The Roses Don't Kill Us (2:47)
8. Love Is A Code Word (3:21)
9. Man A Fool (3:14)
10. Ride On (4:33)
11. Radio (4:31)
12. Some Things (3:30)

Christopher Denny has a voice that will stop you in your tracks; a fervent Orbison meets Dylan tenor that fills his songs with a tremendous emotional pressure. It’s the voice of a Southern choirboy who attended the church of alcohol, drugs and self-destruction in a failed attempt to deal with his inner pain and conflicts. He has a gift for infusing simple words with raw sentiment and marrying them to haunting melodies that immediately capture your attention. “The album was inspired by my struggles,” Denny says. “The moments in my life that caused me the most hurt and brought me the most beauty. The songs deal with the self-loathing, fear and thoughts of inadequacy we all struggle with, something I call soft suicide.”

The music on If The Roses Don’t Kill Us, his Partisan Records debut, is just as gripping as Denny’s lyrics; a blend of pre-country Southern music, folk, rock, gospel and singer/songwriter impulses, a style Denny calls Arkansas Soul. The album’s crisp, clean arrangements combine Denny’s acoustic finger picking with subtle touches of electric guitar, pedal steel and a solid rhythm section. It took one month to record the final version of the album, made with a mix of musicians from Denny’s band and A-List studio players. It is the end result of a process that saw some of the songs being recorded three different times over the course of five or six years.





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rocketman24   User offline   5 April 2016 08:53


i guess there is no chance of a re-up please ?

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