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Album Crooked Still - Half Of What We Know

Interprète:

Crooked Still

Titre:

Half Of What We Know

Genre:

Country

Taille de l'album MP3:

2547 mb

Taille de l'album FLAC:

2766 mb

Label:

Signature Sounds

Classement:

4.8

Pays:

US

Date de publication:

2010

Album Crooked Still - Half Of What We Know

Tracklist

1The Lovesick Red Stick Blues (Non-Album Bonus Track)3:21
2Half Of What We Know (Radio Version)3:59
3Half Of What We Know (Album Version)4:01

Crédits

  • ProducerCrooked Still, Gary Paczosa
  • Written-ByAoife O'Donovan

Notes

From the album "Some Strange Country"
Comes in a thin cardboard sleeve.

Entreprises

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Signature Sounds Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Signature Sounds Recordings

Album

Half Of What We Know is an original song from Crooked Still's album, Some Strange Country. From The Album. Play album. Some Strange Country. Crooked Still is a self-styled alternative bluegrass band consisting of vocalist Aoife O'Donovan, cellist Tristan Clarridge, fiddler Brittany Haas, banjo player Dr. Gregory Liszt, and bassist Corey DiMario. They are known for their high energy, technical skill, unique instrumentation and innovative acoustic style. Label: Crooked Still Records. Sometimes In This Country. Latest albums by Crooked Still. Shaken By a Low Sound. Shaken By A Low Sound. Friends of Fall. Still Crooked. Crooked Still went on to appear at concert halls, festivals, coffeehouses, and nightclubs in 23 states and several countries. On August 22, 2006, the group released their second album, Shaken by a Low Sound. Cellist Rushad Eggleston performed his last show with the band on November 18, 2007, at the Iron Horse in Northampton, Massachusetts. He parted ways with Crooked Still to pursue his own music with band Tornado Rider. The band released its first album with the new lineup, Still Crooked in 2008, a live album in 2009, and Some Strange Country in 2010. Half of What We Know. Grey Sky Films. This song is by Crooked Still and appears on the album Some Strange Country 2010. Your lonesomeness I knowAnd your garden will not growYou can weed it all you want, you're still too slowIf it wasn't for the sun, all the roses would've wonAnd you pin up on my blouse a blue ribbon. Your lonesomeness I knowIt was mine not long agoBut I see it in your eyes, all dark with woe'Cause the stills have all run dryPretty women passed you byThey're lying in a pile waiting to die. Artist: Crooked Still. Album: Some Strange Country, 2010. The first release off of Crooked Still's new release Some Strange Country. c and p 2010 Signature Sounds Recordings Filmed and directed by Grey Sky Films. Has been played on. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations. Crooked Still is equal parts ambassador and innovators. The musical prowess of this defiantly non-traditional bluegrass quintet. formed in 2001 in Boston, Massachusetts and are known for their high energy, technical skill, unusual instrumentation, and innovative acoustic style. more more. I love the featured track rhythm. Was hoping to hear more but Bandcamp wants to play only this song. What am I missing Bob Glaza. go to album. April 25th, 2020: An Evening of Songs Performed at Home by Aoife O'Donovan. supported by 10 fans who also own Some Strange Country. This is a truly beautiful, delightful, compelling musical experience. And what if I never made you walk that crooked line. D - C - Bb - D. And what if my love was raging-then would you be mine D - C - Bb - D. Your lonesomeness I know G - Fm - B And your garden will not grow G - Fm - B You can weed it all you want, youre still too slow G - Fm - D - A - G If it wasnt for the sun, G - Fm - B All the roses wouldve won G - Fm - B And you pin up on my blouse a. blue ribbon G - Fm - D - A - G. and so on. And what if I never gave you keys to the kingdom fine D - C - Bb - D And what if I never made you walk that crooked line D - C - Bb - D And what if my love was raging-then would you be mine . Crooked Still. Signature Sounds. Just better. The band released its first album with the new lineup, Still Crooked in 2008, a live album in 2009, and a studio full-length, Some Strange Country, in 2010. 2011 and beyond. In honor of their tenth anniversary together as a band, Crooked Still embarked on a major tour of the Northeast and the Pacific Northwest, and released a 7-song EP called Friends of Fall in October 2011. After the final show of their 2011 tour, Crooked Still took a three-year touring and recording hiatus originally planned to be one year for

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