Totally Biased Fan Review – All the Mountains I Must Climb – Michelle Cashman

Michelle Cashman - All the Mountains I Must Climb (2020) [Country ...

I had heard of Michelle’s name. I knew that she had been to the Academy and that she was doing something unique with her recordings and my friend, producer and musician extraordinaire, Michael Carpenter (who produced this album at Love HZ studios), had mentioned her name too.  Until my friend, Leonie McClure, played Michelle’s new song and interviewed her on her 2RRR show yesterday (Saturday 9/8), I hadn’t heard her sing. One line in, I was hooked. I bought the album on iTunes halfway through the song and I was determined to do a fan review.

Then Dani Young announced that she was featuring Michelle on her Midday Muster show today on Facebook. The dots were joined, the pieces of the puzzle came together and the fact that three people who I respect very much in the country music family in Australia were connected with Michelle, made it a no brainer, and my one line of a song hunch was correct.

Michelle had a unique way of putting this album together, using a crowdfunding method but also featuring songs through videos. The 11 songs here were put together that way.

Michelle’s songs are very personal. She has been through some very emotional times and some health issues and they have probably helped her produce such sensitive and emotive material.

The haunting sound of Michelle’s voice is reminiscent of Imogen Clark and there is a touch of Emmylou Harris there too.

I am a huge fan of acoustic music, I thrive on it, so the fact that this whole album is in that style does this old country music fan good.

It is the usual polished producing that we know Michael Carpenter for.

Michelle was saying in her interview with Dani today that even though she dabbled in other genres and sang along to Bette Midler, Mariah Carey and the like in the past, she realised where she belonged when she started writing country songs. The songwriting process was more imperative than the singing.  In both worlds, singing and songwriting, Michelle has it covered.

Bette is one to change it up anyway, and the purity of Bette’s singing (and her strengths in other areas) make her not a bad act to follow, no matter what genre you place yourself in.

A lot of Michelle’s songs here have messages of strength and hope and standing up and walking on.

The rawness of this album and Michelle’s inner drive make it a very impressive country album debut. There is so much quality here, in the songwriting, the singing and the general delivery.

It is also a tribute to all of he fans that backed her and helped her to produce this album. Well done all of you for supporting Michelle and allowing her to get this work up and going.

I think that the title of this album encapsulates the feel of this album. There is a lot of fight in this singer/songwriter and it is evident in all of the songs.

Whilst there is a theme that runs through the album, the songs are not the same. They deal with different aspects and they have different rhythms.

It is apt that she ends this album with the song that she sang today on Dani’s programme. “Please forgive me” is an apology to herself, a hugely emotional statement and a tremendous song.

Thank you, Michelle for this beautiful album and thank you Michael, Leonie and Dani for alerting me to this wonderful achievement. Go strong.

 

Tracks:

Running Away

Praying for Rain

I Don’t Answer to You

Mad

Guys Like You

One Foot in Front of the Other

You don’t Want To

Stories

Real Love

Fly

Please forgive Me

Absolutely Totally Incredibly Biased Fan Review – The Dirt and The Stars – Mary Chapin Carpenter

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It is no secret for all of those who know my music tastes, my closest friends and followers and for those who care about who I like musically, that Mary Chapin Carpenter is my favourite International Female Country Artist. I have mentioned it often.

I own every album that she has produced, including her Christmas album. I think that I have reviewed just about all of them as well.  She is often described as thoughtful and though provoking. I have to agree with that. She is a strong woman who is not backwards in coming forwards but at the same time, she talks and sings and plays with a calmness and a certain sensitivity.

Produced by Ethan Johns (Ray LaMontagne, Paul McCartney, Kings of Leon) and recorded entirely live at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios in Bath, in southwest England, Mary Chapin Carpenter’s anticipated new album “The Dirt And The Stars” finds the 5-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter pondering life’s intimate, personal moments and exploring its most universally challenging questions at an unprecedented time. (JB HiFi credits).

There has always been a uniqueness about Mary Chapin Carpenter. When she talks, she talks in almost a whisper, when she sings, her subject is always important, but she doesn’t shove it in your face.

During this world crisis, she has been filming segments from her home, with her animals and her guitar, delivering messages of hope and love and light. Of course, she also sings us one of her songs, one of her older ones, or one of her new ones.  That is typical of her.

I was lucky enough to see her in concert in Sydney a few years ago, and it is the same thing. She delivers in that wonderfully calm, comfortable manner but leaves you thinking and wondering.

Every album is different, yet they have that same comfortable old shoe feeling. You know that you are going to learn something, but you know that you are going to be able to think that you are sitting down in your loungeroom with an old friend who is going to put an arm around your shoulders and make you feel that everything is going to be okay.

In this time of extreme adversity, worldwide, we need people like Mary. Don’t get me wrong, there are songs where she makes you groove, tap your toes and shift your shoulders, but for the most part, she lulls you into a truthful sense of security and she makes you ponder life’s situations.

In the 90’s, when American Country Music was probably at its finest, Mary was a guiding light, but she was still different in a group of outstanding musicians. She had a different approach, a different sound, but she still sang of all of the things that made that era and the musicians of that era of country music great.

She is well respected across a number of genres. There are people who profess to me that they don’t like country music, but they love Mary. Perhaps she fits more in what was once called folk music. She would have been right at home with Judy Collins and Joan Baez in the 60’s.

The fact that she recorded this in England and not Nashville, that she, unlike a lot of American Country Music artists questions the country’s politicians. Mary has always been a subtle conveyor of what a lot of people would like to say but don’t.

Her songs have a certain beauty about them. They are not in your face, angry songs, but they don’t hold back either. There is always a tenderness about them. They are always easy to visualise, like little films.

Mary writes beautiful, important lyrics. To say that she has a way with words is the understatement of any century. She writes about simple things in such a fascinating way without getting flowery. She makes normal things interesting. She reports on life – good and bad.

Songwriters have always been more important to me than singers. To me, Mary Chapin Carpenter is first and foremost, a poet. Her longevity and the fact that she is highly respected by her peers and her critics, is paramount. Her songs ask questions, and quite often, they answer them too.

Mary Chapin Carpenter has ridden out a lot of storms, and her songs reflect hers and our ups and downs. Every so often, she has sung somebody else’s song and has done a better job than the original, but mostly, she is a scribe and she matches these amazing words with equally incredible music.

I always look forward to a Mary Chapin Carpenter album. She teaches me a great deal of things and it is like receiving a visit from a dear and trusted friend. I compared our own Gretta Ziller to her the other day. It is the same feeling. In a few years, I expect Gretta to have the same worldwide effect that Mary has on folks.

I can’t pick favourite songs when it comes to Carpenter. All of these songs are special and they all deserve 5 gold stars……at least.

 

Track Listing

Sample Title/Composer Performer Time Stream
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3 04:42 Amazon
4 05:54 Amazon
5 06:04 Amazon
6 03:51 Amazon
7 06:16 Amazon
8 03:23 Amazon
9 05:13 Amazon
10 05:18 Amazon
11 07:45 Amazon

Totally Biased Fan Review – Same Kind of Different – The Family Sowell

 

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I was listening to the bluegrass programme on 2RRR a couple of Sundays and Lindsay Maher was playing this young family that outdid the Brady Bunch and The Partridge Family for numbers and talent. This talented bunch who range in age from about 13 to 24 play a number of instruments, have beautiful harmonies and are a mixture of Kristy Cox, Jerry Salley, The Davidson Brothers and Alison Krauss.

They sing and play a combination of gospel, bluegrass, celtic and country music. I hadn’t heard of them until Lindsay started playing them, and I had to go and get the album and do a review.

It is a wonderful mix of songs that have meaning and beautiful musicianship, but without being pushy on the Christian front, just subtle references and a personal recording of their faith.

The fact that they mix styles helps balance out the album. It is an easy listen. It is great to have on in the background, like a gentle lullaby or you can listen and think about the messages and enjoy the picking and the harmonies.

This young and clever family are so talented now, it is almost scary to think what they are capable of in the future.

Amazing tunes from an incredible family band.

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Totally Biased Fan Review – Wreck Me – Travis Collins

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This 9 track release from one of Australia’s finest country music sons is not quite and album and more than what I would regularly call an EEP. It has been labelled a rocking album, but I think that any album with the Eagles classic, Desperado on it plus a few other songs like Damn Girl,  Rainy Day (possibly the best thing that Travis has ever done) and Better than you found ’em …..well, who are they kidding, it is country.

Country is so diverse now that it covers many angles. Those three songs are pretty much as country as it comes in content and style. Travis is versatile enough to cover most genres, but he will always be a country boy, and thank God for that.

Having said all of that, it does sound a bit different to other Travis albums. That’s not a criticism of his other albums or a criticism of this one, it is a good thing to mix things up. Hard Light is and always will be my favourite Travis album. There’s no getting by that.

I am always hanging for a Travis album. You know that it is going to be good and you know that every song is going to be different to the one that you just played. It’s rocky, it’s bluesy, it’s country. Most of all, it is quality.

I think that the reviewers that I read must not know the 79 types of country music and how Travis covers so much ground.

This album was brought forward, rather than being delayed like so many have been at the moment. It was a nice surprise when I heard that.

Travis is still very young, and he has achieved so much in the now long time that he has been in the business. He started young, and you can follow his evolving career through his albums… He has always had a huge fan base and he has always had the respect of his peers, but in the last few years, he is finally getting recognition for all of the wonderful work that he has done over a long period of time.

Enjoy. I know that I will.

 

Tracks

  • 1. Wreck Me
  • 2. Better Than You Found ‘Em
  • 3. Rainy Day
  • 4. Damn Girl
  • 5. Girl Outta The Country
  • 6. Own A Boat
  • 7. Make Up
  • 8. Weekend
  • 9. Desperado

 

Totally Biased Fan Review – Chasing The Sun – Andy Penkow EEP

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Australia is rich right now with great talent in Country Music. This young fella is one of my favourite shining lights. His album, Sad Love Songs, was a beauty and this EEP, is a great follow up.

His voice has a great clarity and he is in wonderful hands with Shane Nicholson and some fine musicians. I think the voice and the lyrics stand out most. He has an almost pure voice – clean, fresh and almost like spring water from the mountains. There’s no mistaking him for country, his songs have the subject matter, the storytelling and the simplicity of that sun the title suggest that he is chasing or the Wildflowers that he is running through.

All five tracks are beauties, with heartbreak, recovery, hope and adventure in their repertoire. It is an EEP for those who don’t know, because it has 5 tracks rather than 4.

Andy’s voice has a few octaves, sometimes he uses them all in one song…..sometimes in one chorus.

You don’t necessarily have to like country to like Andy’s music, I think that it can reach a larger audience, but country music does these days as it has a broader feel.

I think Andy is one to watch over the next few years, he goes from strength to strength and he is broadening the country horizons.

The singles, Chasing the Sun and Wildflowers are great, but all five songs are terrific, with the last track, Vicious Fights, Sleepless Nights probably being my favourite on the EEP.

I was lucky enough to catch Andy at Tamworth this year. He has a great stage presence and he performed his great songs beautifully. I think that there were some surprised ears and eyes in the crowd. He’s already won himself a Kazzie, and I am sure that there are more of those and bigger awards and rewards in store.

If you are lucky enough to catch Andy LIVE, then you are in for a treat. In the meantime, kick back and relax and enjoy these five fine tunes and Sad Love Songs and take in a truly fine young artist and his work.

 

 

Tracks:

Chasing the Sun

Wildflowers

The Biggest Heart can break

Falling Through The Cracks

Vicious Fights, Sleepless Nights

Produced by Shane Nicholson

Totally Biased Fan Review – The Balladeer – Lori McKenna

 

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In one of the ironies of life, I had just started to review this album when the concert online of this album came up on my facebook page. So I am writing this now while I am watching Lori LIVE on Facebook!

Lori has been around for a while, but it is only in the last few years that she has been awarded for her efforts and given any recognition. I very rarely review International albums from more recent artists from America. Lori’s style very much belongs to the heroes of mine from the 70’s and 90’s American Country Music. She could easily fit in to either generation.

Her voice is pure and gentle, yet strong. Her songs are meaningful and poignant. Think Emmylou Harris, Patty Loveless, Pam Tillis, Trisha Yearwood, Mary Chapin Carpenter and our own Gretta Ziller.

Watching her now LIVE, it isn’t any different to listening to her on cd. She sounds as great LIVE as she does in the studio.

I gave Lori a Kazzie for her last album, I was wondering how she could top that, but I think that she has. The gentleness of her music and her lilting voice, that both haunts and soothes, is a bit of a fancy trick as she sings about the issues that face us all and the struggles. I always admire artists who can do that. I also admire artists who can say how you feel about things with different phrases and a subtle manipulation of words. Lori is a unique artist, she could have also fit in very well in my favourite decade of any kind of music, the 60’s. I could see her singing songs with Joan, Judy, Bob and the folk crew.

There is something about her music that reminds me of our Brad Butcher too, I don’t know why, but there seems to be a female version of Brad in her songs. It will be interesting to hear what others think of that obscure observation.

Dave Cobb produced this album, he seems to be on a roll lately. It is hard to pick a favourite track, they are all wonderful. It is one of those albums that you could put on heavy repeat all day and not regret it. The songs are deeply personal stories from Lori, but somehow, we can all relate or connect to them, and things that are happening in our lives.

It is everything that I thought that it would be and more. It is so beautiful, so rich and calming in these crazy times.

 

THE BALLADEER TRACK LIST

1. This Town Is A Woman (ft. Karen Fairchild and Kimberly Schlapman)

2. The Balladeer

3. Marie

4. The Dream

5. Uphill

6. Good Fight

7. Stuck In High School

8. When You’re My Age (ft. Hillary Lindsey and Liz Rose)

9. Two Birds

10. ‘Till You’re Grown

Totally Biased Fan Review – Lion Side – Jasmine Rae

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Jasmine is one of those artists who is forever evolving. She is not afraid to go out of the box, from the very start of her career. One of her albums is on my top 100 Aussie Country albums of all time, and to be honest, my first encounters with Jasmine would never reflect on the love and admiration that I have for this artist. Well, maybe they do in an obscure way. The first time that she appeared in Tamworth, I encountered two very difficult guys in the audience. It was a free gig, and as always, I always try to check out new artists and I listen. I never judge, I just listen. One of these old guys was a Johnny Cash and Slim Dusty Fan, the other guy was a Johnny Cash and Slim Dusty fan. They were having way too many beers and saying stuff like this is not country music. I usually stay silent. During a break, I moved sideways and said….”give this girl a chance. Both Johnny and Slim supported young and different talent. As great as they were, and always will be, there needs to be folks to carry it on and to keep it evolving. ” They both looked at me – wondering what someone a third of their ages would know. I said quickly…”I was raised in Tamworth and the Central Coast, what Adam Harvey calls the two hillbilly heavens.”

They turned and listened and gave this young artist a second chance. Her name was Jasmine Rae.

I’ll admit that I wasn’t so sure myself….I jotted down that she fitted into the 79 types of country music. But I heard something in that voice, saw something in the way that she tried to connect to the audience and I smiled. I thought that this young gal would go somewhere under the right influences.

If I Want To is one of my favourite Aussie Country music albums of all time. Every album from Jasmine is different, she pushes the old envelope.

Her music crosses several genres. Her voice is strong and her range is phenomenal.

Green Light is the 2020 version of Roy Clark’s Right or Left at Oak Street. Don’t Do it for the haters, Gentle Man and Party on the Couch are favourites but Carrying the Flame is just amazing. This pocket rocket is one of the most powerful possessors of fabulous vocals and she just gives you tingles when she sings. Wonderful songs, wonderful voice, a star, a shining star, in many ways.

It has been a long wait, but thank you, Jasmine, it is a beauty.

 

Track Listing

Green Light

Lion Side

Fraudulent

Don’t Do it for The Haters

Jessica

Gentle Man

Love Is

Right Now

Party on the Couch

Carrying the Flame

Produced by Lindsey Jackson

 

Totally Biased Fan Review – Gaslighter – The Chicks (E)

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Despite of the long wait, the delays, the controversy, the politics and the name change, this is a quality album from musicians who can write, play, harmonise the E out of explicit and sing the Hell out of amazing songs.

The Chicks, the band formerly known as The Dixie Chicks, have never been backward in coming forward which has pissed off certain aggro rednecks and has elated and encouraged the other sector of the population.

You can enjoy this album for the reasons that I have already stated, or you can look a little deeper. I cannot believe the vitriolic accusations that have imploded and exploded on social media and in the general public arena about these amazingly talented and gifted girls. While I think that a name change was not needed (though I hate racism – I would have never thought that the name of their group had any racial connotations), I have just about always agreed with what they have stated and I do believe that if you are a public figure and have something to say that benefits the human condition, then you should say it.

I remember many years ago when I saw these girls winning their first awards on a major American Country Awards show and they were incredibly bubbly, funny and if you judged them by their covers and not by their songs and their messages, a little flakey. These women are and always have been, great role models, not only for musicians and storytellers, but they stood for something. They always tried to do the right thing. Sometimes it has backfired. Sometimes it has put them up on a pedestal. What shines above and beyond all of that, is their amazing musical talent. And yes, they always have been, and always will be, country.

It has been a long time between drinks for many reasons. The tendency to call their music country pop, irks me. I have never thought of their music like that. The messages are so strong, their instrumental and vocal ability so brilliant that I think calling it country pop cheapens and demeans their non bubble gum music.

Whether their songs target subjects on a world stage or a personal stage, they always have meaning and leave you with something to think about. There are some songs here with fairly strong language….whether it be f-bombs or hard hitting statements, but all are justified.

I am glad that they are back. Perhaps they can stir things up “good and proper” and show certain powers that be a thing or two. There will never be any hate towards these wonderful human beings from this fan. Their intentions are always honourable, their music is always fabulous. Give it a spin and take it in.

dig a little bit deeper and be a little bit louder…..

 

Track Listing and Credits

 

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. Gaslighter
3:23
2. “Sleep at Night”
3:12
3. “Texas Man”
  • Antonoff
  • The Chicks
3:44
4. “Everybody Loves You”
  • Antonoff
  • The Chicks
3:38
5. “For Her”
  • Antonoff
  • The Chicks
5:26
6. “March March”
  • Antonoff
  • The Chicks
3:53
7. “My Best Friend’s Weddings”
  • Maguire
  • Maines
  • Strayer
  • Antonoff
  • Tranter
  • Antonoff
  • The Chicks
4:18
8. “Tights On My Boat”
  • Maguire
  • Maines
  • Strayer
  • Antonoff
  • Michaels
  • Antonoff
  • The Chicks
3:02
9. “Julianna Calm Down”
  • Maines
  • Antonoff
  • Michaels
  • Antonoff
  • The Chicks
4:46
10. “Young Man”
  • Antonoff
  • The Chicks
4:09
11. “Hope It’s Something Good”
  • Maguire
  • Maines
  • Strayer
  • Antonoff
  • Antonoff
  • The Chicks
4:05
12. “Set Me Free”
  • Antonoff
  • The Chicks
3:18
Total length: 46:54

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Totally Biased Fan Review: Yes Girl – Arna Georgia

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Quite a few Christmases back, I went to a gig at Marrickville Bowling Club. I knew Katie Brianna and Catherine Britt and that was enough to get me to cut it fine going home for Christmas to see the show.  There was another name on the show that I was assured that I would remember. I think that it took two words of a song and I was smiling. The person’s name was Arna Georgia.

Her EP was awesome, and as with all good things, it left me wanting more. She has made us wait a bit, but like another cliché, all good things come to those who wait.

There’s no rhyme or reason to it, but this city girl raised in Sydney, sounds more country than a lot of girls who have fallen off a horse into cow manure. I think that was the first thing that struck me that Christmas, how country she actually sounded, given her background and how many artists these days don’t pull off the twang like she does. She was in the same room as Catherine Britt, though, so she may have rubbed shoulders on the way to the stage.

All jokes aside, this girl is pure country. She does know how to work a lyric though, on paper and through her voice. I guess Amber Lawrence and Melinda Schneider are two other fine examples of how a city girl can grow into fair dinkum country singers.

Apart from the classic, Two More Bottles of Wine, (a song that could have been written for her voice) the songs are all originals.

Sometimes it is hard to balance torch and twang, but Arna does it perfectly. She applies the right amount of sentiment, heartache, sorrow, groove and alcohol  to make up a good country song.

It is no surprise that a co-write with Allan Caswell is on this album. ‘Holding on to never letting go’ has the right amounts of love and whiskey. It is a highlight, along with the Celtic flavoured All My Married Friends. I think that I will be la da da’ing for a while.

1998 (Catching up to Do) is a brilliant song, it touches the heart and it is very close to home for me.  Story for the kids reminds me of my family ethics.

Change is probably my number one, however. The piano/keys are fabulous, and vocally, it shows off Arna’s beautiful voice the best of all of the songs. It is the perfect song to end the album with.

All of the songs are wonderful, there isn’t a clanger amongst them. It goes so fast. I played it five times and it just flew each time. It will be on high rotation in this house on the prairie.

If you don’t feel every word and every note in this song, you’d better call for an ambulance. This is a truly splendid album.

 

Produced by Nash Chambers

 

Tracklist:

01. Passing Through
02. 1998 (Catching up to Do)
03. Blues on a City Street
04. Story for the Kids
05. Truth
06. Missing Rose
07. Holding on to Never Letting Go
08. Two More Bottles of Wine
09. All My Married Friends
10. Change

Totally Biased Fan Review: Play Nice – Phil and Lana Doublet

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I have followed Luke O’Shea since he pretty much started in country music, since I was one of the three in the crowd at Tamworth that actually came to see him and not win the Chook raffle. A few years later, a Kiwi who played mean guitar and a chick who sold the merch appeared and I thought, hmmm, I wonder if there is any more to that.

Phil Doublet eventually went on to release a few solo albums, which still hold records at this blog and my previous blogs as being the biggest liked album reviews of all time. It is fair enough to say that is quite some achievement, considering that I have reviewed more than a couple of albums. I reviewed 250 albums alone last year.

So together, what can they achieve? It is fair to say that of all the albums that I knew were going to be released this year, that this was in my top 5 of anxious anticipation. Lana and Phil have achieved quite a lot in New Zealand as solo artists and both of them are much loved in Australia. It is very exciting to hear them producing something together.

When I heard the first single, My Old Man No More, I was thinking, yep, that is enough to lock me in. I wasn’t really in any doubt. I knew that I would love this album well before I heard anything. How could two of my fave Kiwis let me down?

The song reminded me a bit of an old John Mellencamp song and an Iris DeMent song, where it changed up from a scratchy LP to a full on song. It was a tantalising titbit and then the rest is really history. I am glad that they decided to open the album with this song.

All of the songs are cool. I knew that their harmonising would be on point and that Phil’s guitar playing would be fabulous, but the essence of these songs are the fact that the two are in sync and the songs are in sync. They are Kaz songs. I am not into very heavy stuff. I like songs that mean something, stories with heart and soul and ones that have a fabulous melody and some folky, gentle country feeling.

These two Kiwis are two of my favourite people in country music, so I am totally, totally biased, but it is more than that. I only review music that I love. Each song is a story. Each song sends a message.

He lied and Where is the Good in Goodbye are two of my other favourites. I am a lyrics first person, and then I fall into the musicianship. The fact that these songs encompass both, make me feel pretty warm and fuzzy and chilled.

The key is also special. There are some great lyrics happening in these songs. The chemistry between these two and the wonderful vibe that they spread are so very special. Thank you, Phil and Lana. This album will be played and loved many times.

My Old Man No More

Phil & Lana Doublet
  • Play track 2, Dear No-One. Length: 2:50

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  • Play track 3, Movin’ On. Length: 3:10

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  • Play track 4, Falling into You. Length: 4:04

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  • Play track 5, A Farmer’s Cry. Length: 3:51

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  • Play track 6, Play Nice. Length: 3:42

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  • Play track 7, He Lied. Length: 3:47

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  • Play track 8, Where Is the Good in Goodbye?. Length: 3:57

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  • Play track 9, The Key. Length: 3:45

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  • Play track 10, Who Am I Now?. Length: 3:24

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