Sean McAlindin | Women & Roads

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Women & Roads

by Sean McAlindin

A solo performance of original songwriting in the country/bluegrass tradition, this debut album sings the story of a traveler falling in and out of love on the road.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Country in the City
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2. The Great Highway
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3. High and Lonesome
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4. Willow Tree Hill
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5. I Left You, Linda Lou
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6. You Make Me Wonder
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7. I'm Goin' Walkin'
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8. Let My Love In
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9. If I Make It Home Tonight
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10. Runaway Jane
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11. Whiskey Engine
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Written over the course of a decade, this self-produced debut album follows the journeys and relationships of a quintessential traveling man looking for love in the great, wide world. The artist plays each and every instrument on the record himself, moving seamlessly from honky-tonk piano to rollicking banjo and the swell of the Hammond Organ, in the process creating a unique sound and style that puts a contemporary take on the country/bluegrass tradition.


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