Dave Morrison | A Little Farther Down the Line

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A Little Farther Down the Line

by Dave Morrison

Country folk rock and Americana with influences of John Prine and Jackson Browne.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Times Like These
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2. Precious One
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3. Standing By The Bridge
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4. Once Myself
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5. Out Through the Window
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6. Halcyon Days
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7. Quartzsite
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8. Falling Down
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9. Too Much Freedom
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10. Long Way Gone
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11. Everywhere I Go
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12. I Look For You Still
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13. Hope is What I Need
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14. Good Things Are Coming
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Album Notes
Dave Morrison has made a record. At long last. This is a reason to rejoice. In an often heartless world, this is music that touches the heart. This is about, as Dave sings, a broken bird taking wing. It s the essence of spiritual, inspirational song. This is about flight, about rising above that which drags us down. This is a celebration, a party of the heart. It s about a reason to believe. In a world of increasing inconsequence and irrelevance, these songs are consequential and relevant. Hear Dave s gentle, crystalline baritone singing "Times Like These" surrounded in pure acoustic splendor and the soul is nourished, it s reborn. Listen to Dave singing about his yearning for "oars in the current" in "Precious One" and be hopeful again. "Out of the cave like a radio wave," he sings with words that even Bob Dylan hasn t written yet...because we needed Dave Morrison to come along and write them. "I'm always inspired by you," he sings in an essential song of enduring love, "Falling Down," and it s inspirational to hear such a naked and unapologetic declaration of love and humanity, such transparency into a human heart. This is rare. This is worth pulling your car off the road, turning off the engine, and listening to. For a long time people have assumed the greatest Morrison writing songs in and about Los Angeles was Jim, but now the secret is out it s Dave. Dave Morrison. This is the real thing. People so often mourn for the days when people wrote meaningful songs. Well, folks, mourn no more. Stop your weeping and get this album. It doesn t get better than this. Dave Morrison has made a record. --Paul Zollo/Bluerailroad.com and American Songwriter Magazine


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