Troy Lindsey | Live At Devil's Gulch Drinkery

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Live At Devil's Gulch Drinkery

by Troy Lindsey

Mindful poetry acoustically blended with an electric edge
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. The Battle (Live)
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3:25 $0.99
2. Dark Hour (Live)
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3:12 $0.99
3. Economic Stimulus (Live)
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4:19 $0.99
4. End of It All (Live)
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6:06 $0.99
5. It's Not Your Fault (Live)
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6. Just Walked Away (Live)
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7. Kentucky Blues (Live)
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8. My Only Stand (Live)
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9. Runners (Live)
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10. Sorry About Your Misery (Live)
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11. South Side of Hell (Live)
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Album Notes

American music. The music on this, the fourth release from Troy Lindsey, can only be called authentic American music. It's a little folky, a little country, and a lot which is not so much suffused with anger as pathos.

In this day of manufactured hits seemingly centered on how outrageous a musician or group of musicians can act, rather than true talent, it’s a clean breath of fresh air to hear authentic music, rather than the histrionically psychotic crap that passes for music, which in today’s music world is often the kiss of death, it seems.


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