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City Heart +

City Heart +

Artist: Russell Howard

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Digital Album: $9.99
City Heart +
City Heart +

Artist: Russell Howard
DISK: 1
MP3
1. Under The Weight (Album)
$0.99
2. Home Sweet Home (Album)
$0.99
3. You, Me, & Someday (Album)
$0.99
4. Safe To Say (Album)
$0.99
5. Won't Get To Sleep (Album)
$0.99
6. Morning (Album)
$0.99
7. Under The Weight (Acoustic)
$0.99
8. Home Sweet Home (Acoustic)
$0.99
9. You, Me, & Someday (Acoustic)
$0.99
10. Safe To Say (Acoustic)
$0.99
11. Won't Get To Sleep (Acoustic)
$0.99
12. Morning (Acoustic)
$0.99

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Rock Ridge Msuic
Rel. Date: 07/30/2013
UPC: 677516139625

More Info:

Russell Howard's City Heart+, from the Charlotte NC based singer/songwriter, comes as no surprise and the fruit of a collaboration with producer Lawson White. At the heart of this record is the union of Howard's songwriting, acoustic guitar, and melodic vocals, while awash with rich textures and distant murmurs, embracing a vintage 60's sound and retaining Russell's unique acoustic sound.

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