Crys Matthews | Backroads and Driveways

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Backroads and Driveways

by Crys Matthews

Backroads and Driveways is about a journey. From Traveling — which was literally written on an airplane — to the title track, these songs play like journal entries along the road to love and happiness.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Stand Still
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2. Inside Out
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3:36 album only
3. Statues
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4:44 album only
4. Been Loving You
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4:02 album only
5. At Your Feet
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3:43 album only
6. Backroads And Driveways
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5:08 album only
7. Whatever Gets You Through
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5:34 album only
8. Afton
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9. Traveling
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4:00 album only
10. Carry On
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4:59 album only
11. Artemis
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3:34 album only
12. Serendipity
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13. 3/4 Shimmy
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14. Two-Strike Rule
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Album Notes
"Imagine Jill Scott and Otis Redding had a daughter and Tracy Chapman was her god-mother. Now imagine she spent summers teaching herself piano in Chicago and guitar in the mountains of North Carolina — that would probably sound something like the music I am fortunate enough to call my own."

Having been compared to every one from Toshi Reagon to Ruthie Foster, her music is an infusion of Americana/Blues/Bluegrass/Folk/Funk/Jazz which, as eclectic as it sounds, is reaching people all around the world and causing them to stop and take notice.


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