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Amelita

Amelita

Artist: Court Yard Hounds

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Digital Album: $10.99
Amelita
Amelita

Artist: Court Yard Hounds
$10.99   Buy Digital Album
MP3
1. Sunshine
$1.29
2. Amelita
$1.29
3. The World Smiles
$1.29
4. Aimless Upward
$1.29
5. Guy Like You
$1.29
6. Rock All Night
$1.29
7. Phoebe
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8. Divided
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9. Gets You Down
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10. Watch Your Step
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11. The Road You Take
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Sbme/Columbia
Rel. Date: 07/16/2013
UPC: 888837475921

More Info:

After releasing their self-titled debut, Court Yard Hounds, to much critical acclaim, Emily Robison and Martie Maguire are at it again. Containing 11 new tracks, Robison and Maguire took a different approach with Amelita than their debut album in 2010. This album contains a new perspective, which is due in part to time passed since Robison's divorce. "I've been freed of all of those time-heals-everything kind of things," says Emily Robison. "Now, I've opened up to other ideas and ways of looking at life and the world."

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