Franklin Taggart | Falling All The Way

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Falling All The Way

by Franklin Taggart

Franklin Taggart takes no time to get to the heart of things. His biggest musical influence was the single AM radio station in the small Wyoming town where he was raised. KEVA played everything...from Patsy Cline to Stevie Wonder to Alice Cooper.
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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1. Climb That Mountain
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3:19 $0.99
2. Lora Lee
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3:45 $0.99
3. Missing You All My Life
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3:31 $0.99
4. County Fair/Apple Blossom
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3:46 $0.99
5. Life Without Time
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3:24 $0.99
6. What Tomorrow Will Be Missing
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4:12 $0.99
7. 'til Morning
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8. Olivia Rose
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2:38 $0.99
9. Heart On The Line
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3:23 $0.99
10. John Brown's Dream
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3:37 $0.99
11. Black Crow
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12. Falling All The Way
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3:23 $0.99
13. Hide In These Hills
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14. I'll Still Love You
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Album Notes
Franklin Taggart writes songs that not only reflect the experiences of his own life, but give voice to the unspoken hopes and longings common to us all. With musicalinfluences beginning with late night listening to border AM radio stations and expanding to include jazz legends, great songwriters and flatpicking guitar masters, Franklin's music features strong chords, simple melodies and real life lyrics. He says, "I like music that sounds simple, but within its simplicity I like it to be interesting".

Drawing on experiences as diverse as herding sheep, pouring concrete, crisis counseling, selling church choir music and teaching, Franklin finds much to write about. Songs like, "Climb That Mountain", "Falling All The Way", and "Heart On The Line" draw people together to celebrate both their strength and their fragility.

In concert, his audience can expect enthusiastic performances, spontaneous dialogue, and intriguing stories. People leave his performances feeling like they've had a personal conversation, a bit of encouragement and a hell of a lot of fun.


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Hugh Walpole

Immpossible to beat
this CD starts out great and then it grows on you like fine green moss until you just can't get through the day without listening to a couple of songs in the morning. 'course it's also fantastic live so don't miss a chance if you get it!

Susan Bradford

great performer
Listening to this album is like sitting on a strawbale with a cold lemonade at the County Fair. I have heard Franklin perform these songs live many times. Catch him and catch this CD. Not to be missed. All is well : )

Steve Barney

The Best Around
Greg Brown wishes he could write songs this good.

Robert Matter

Can't Stop Listening To This CD
It has been a long, long time since I have heard such a wonderful marriage between melodies and lyrics. "Falling All The Way" is a tapestry of beautiful stories, honest emotions and familiar experiences. In addition to the fine melodies and lyrics on this CD, the instrumentation and harmony vocals draw the listener into each song. The sum of all the elements that make up this CD results in a very enjoyable listening experience. This is pure music.