Matthew Dean Herman | Blackbird

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Blackbird

by Matthew Dean Herman

"a mixture of Neil Young and a toned-down version of Tom Waits."
Genre: Rock: Country-Rock
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1. Blackbird
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2. Southern Belle
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3. Jack River
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4. Washington
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5:08 album only
5. India Dark
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6. Hard Livin' Life
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7. Miryea's Song
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8. Spoonfeed
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9. Soule Lake Hotel
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10. Out of My Own Way
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Matthew Dean Herman is "a mixture of Neil Young and a toned-down version of Tom Waits. He refined his guitar skills throughout his adolescence and began seriously writing songs in his mid-twenties, drawing inspiration from the classic country and Southern rock of his youth, and from contemporary alternative bands like The Hold Steady and My Morning Jacket." "Blackbird is a country-infused blend of rock songs about beer, fishing, run-ins with the law, and, predominantly, love gone wrong." Anchorage Press, 2/12/09


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