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Katrina Burgoyne - White Flag (2015)

13-12-2015, 18:08
Music | Country | Pop

Title: White Flag
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: WJO
Genre: Country
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 35:22 Min
Total Size: 103 Mb


1. Ghost
2. I Wasn't Gonna Cry
3. Too Late For Sorry
4. White Flag
5. You Messed Up
6. Jessica
7. Bones
8. Perfect
9. Wrecking Ball
10. I Don't Know
11. Just A Boy

When Katrina Burgoyne returned to her century-old family home at Gunnedah after a stint in Brisbane she found an extra resident: a ghost. Instead of haunting her, Ghost became the entrée song for her debut disc produced by guitarist fiancé Michael Muchow. Burgoyne, aided by a $12,000 APRA development grant, had spent a month in Nashville where she swung from the writing ropes. So it's no surprise she wrote all 11 songs - with a little help from Ghost co-writer Bill Chambers who added mandolin and lap steel. Chambers also plays dobro on I Wasn't Gonna Cry, a song that Burgoyne began at school and finished with Nashville singer/songwriter Matt Scullion.
At just 22, Katrina is a ten-year veteran of Tamworth pilgrimages but a novice at ruptured romance. She explores faded love from recent back pages in the title-track, penned with Lianna Rose, You Messed Up with Natalie Howard and in the finale Just A Boy.
But there's more to this disc than just journeys along jagged edges of teen torment: at 17 Burgoyne wrote Too Late For Sorry about a family member toying with suicide because of depression - a song that t first surfaced on the debut disc by Chasing Bailey featuring co-writer Crystal Bailey.
In Perfect, Katrina also explores the art of overcoming self-doubt, something she herself struggled with in primary school, but overcome late in secondary school. Similar demons are slain in Bones Jessica, a tribute to the young friend who stood by Katrina during her first break-up at 16, tempered by Chambers' dobro and Luke Moller on mandolin. Meanwhile, I Don't Know is a paean to true love.
Musically, Burgoyne avoids the pitfalls of peer country-pop pressure and delivers a more organic capsule where the vocals - not guitars and drums - reign in a sea of acoustic bliss.

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