Davin McCoy | So Good, So Cruel

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So Good, So Cruel

by Davin McCoy

Soulful, heartfelt roots rock, that stirs the soul and reminds you what true artistry can accomplish - Joe Bell of Hittin' the Note
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. These Walls
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2. London Rain
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3. Another Lie
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4. You, Love, Always You
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5. Let Me (Love You Like I Can)
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6. Streetlight
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7. College Radio
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8. You Got Me By the Hair
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9. Ashamed
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10. So Good, So Cruel
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11. The Sun
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"Imagine the Allman Brothers grooving with Ray LaMontagne and Citizen Cope, and you’ve got SO GOOD, SO CRUEL, the soulfully fresh new album from recording artist Davin McCoy. Producer Davis Causey (Sea Level) summons a little help from his friends by bringing, in addition to a sultry sweet horn section, modern masters Chuck Leavell and Randall Bramblett. Causey’s guru-like interpretations of Davin McCoy’s pensive, all-soul writing results in a tastily curious dichotomy of old school roots rock with pertinent, genuine artistry."


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