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Straight & Narrow Way

Straight & Narrow Way

Artist: Riley Etheridge

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Digital Album: $9.99
Straight & Narrow Way
Straight & Narrow Way

Artist: Riley Etheridge
MP3
1. Song For Amy
$0.99
2. What's A Man To Do?
$0.99
3. Another Time, Another Place (Featuring Sara Watkins)
$0.99
4. Roll Away The Stone
$0.99
5. Heart Attack
$0.99
6. The Maze (Of My Own Creation) (Featuring Sara Watkins)
$0.99
7. Even As We Fall (Featuring Erica Falls)
$0.99
8. The Straight And Narrow Way
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9. Second Chance, Saving Grace
$0.99
10. (She's) Only In New York
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11. Down To My Last Twenty Dollars
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: ROCK RIDGE MUSIC
Rel. Date: 03/18/2014
UPC: 677516140621

More Info:

Through a broad palette of authentic and finely crafted Americana-late-night blues, hard-luck folk, buoyant Bayou soul, barn-burning country- Riley Etheridge, Jr, eloquently and emotionally looks deeply into the highly relatable quandary of "if I knew then what I know now." The critically acclaimed singer-songwriter was born in South Carolina but spent 20 creatively transformative years in Louisiana, soaking up the region's unique and rich musical heritage.

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