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JP Harris & The Tough Choices - Home Is Where The Hurt Is (2014) Lossless

5-11-2014, 18:45
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JP Harris & The Tough Choices - Home Is Where The Hurt Is (2014) Lossless

Artist: JP Harris & The Tough Choices
Title Of Album: Home Is Where The Hurt Is
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Cow Island
Genre: Country, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 30:10 min
Total Size: 202 MB
WebSite: amazon


1. Give a Little Lovin'
2. Breaking Heart
3. South Oklahoma
4. Old Love Letters
5. Home Is Where The Hurt Is
6. Maria
7. Every Little Piece
8. One For Every Day
9. Truckstop Amphetamines
10. Young Women and Old Guit

After two years, dozens of accolades, hundreds of shows, thousands of miles, and heartaches beyond number, JP Harris and The Tough Choices and Cow Island Music are proud to announce the follow-up to their acclaimed debut album, I ll Keep Calling.

"Home Is Where The Hurt Is," the 10-song, second album of all originals, penned by JP, is the culmination of a lot of road-living, a lot of memorable moments, a lot of mistakes, and a little bit of growing older.

Recorded in their hometown of Nashville, Tennessee, this album has truly been an endeavor pulled off by the skin of their teeth. Several attempts to record fell through over the course of a year, leaving JP a little confused, frustrated, and increasingly hopeless about ever getting another album done before the momentum he'd created slowed to a crawl...

And then, on a chilly November morning, one of the Tough Choices made a call to friend and top-notch engineer Justin Francis. A call that led to Ronnie's Place, the famed studio previously owned by both Ronnie Milsap and Roy Orbison, where Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty, Merle Haggard, and countless other Country Music legends recorded throughout the 70's and 80's.

When the dust had settled a week or so later, the record featured stellar playing and singing by not only JP and many full- and part-time Tough Choices, but also some local friends, including the indie-country starlet Nikki Lane, country-folk songstress Shelly Colvin, and long-time friend and collaborator Chance McCoy of Old Crow Medicine Show (in addition to harmony vocals, McCoy took up fiddle duties as well as rhythm and additional lead guitars). To top it off, JP enlisted Steve Berlin of Los Lobos to break a few rules and put some sax on the final track, a 50's hillbilly-bop throwback about bad boys and bad living, or maybe it s good living decide after you ve heard Home Is Where The Hurt Is.

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