Kenny Freeman | Ain't Broken Down

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Ain't Broken Down

by Kenny Freeman

Based whole heartedly in the Blues tradition, this debut album is full of saxophone, organ, and driving guitar,  with a voice that speaks straight to the heart and pulls the listener into the southern tradition which is Americana and Blues. 
Genre: Blues: Texas Style
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1. Psychedelic Blues
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2. Ain't Broken Down
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3. Too Long
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4. Rivers Rising
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5. Lay Me Down
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6. Pornstar Blues
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7. Texas Tornado
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Album Notes
Ain't Broken Down is the debut album from Americana/Blues newcomer Kenny Freeman. Ranging from slow ballads to dirty driving Blues, Ain't Broken Down has something for everyone. Drawing from the influences of a southern upbringing and a strong respect for the Blues tradition, Kenny Freeman is a force to be reckoned with. Tracks like Too Long and Lay Me Down draw the listener in with intimate lyrics to paint a picture of a man who has felt heartache, seen love and also watched it walk away. While tracks like River's Rising, Ain't Broken Down and Texas Tornado push the envelope of the traditional, but still stay strongly embedded in the long standing tradition which is American Roots music. Recorded at the Mustard Tower Studios in Nashville Tennessee with Thomas Harlan Smith, Josh Hacker, and Mike Colman. The album hosts a variety of some of the best young players in Nashville, who truly shine on this album. Anyone who truly enjoys great songwriting and grooving Blues music will surely enjoy Ain't Broken Down.


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