Edward Hartline | Candy for Bread Map

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Candy for Bread Map

by Edward Hartline

Soulful sincerity runs through these folk blues songs, born of loss, love and the courage to make a stand.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Your Name
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2. Gone Tonight
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3. Born for Blues
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4. Enough
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5. Morris Avenue
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6. Adrenaline Blues
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7. Gambling Man
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8. You're to Blame
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9. Table for Two
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10. Sinner's Blues
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11. Waffles At One
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Album Notes
"Although good folk writing usually stems from troubled personal experiences and the subsequent wisdom of those experiences, you have to wonder where Edward has found his inspiration at the age of 16... his writing shows a maturity that contradicts his tender age... he has managed to write some truly beautiful songs and will surely only get better..." - Music Review Unsigned, May 2012



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Cresta

How can it be?
I am always amazed when I listen to this album. It is hard for me to reconcile the depth of the lyrics and music with the youth of the artist. Mr. Harlline is an unique and wonderfully talented musician whose talent can only continue to grow. His music is good for your soul and your ears.