Eric Hunter & Horsehead | Live And Learn To Love It

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Live And Learn To Love It

by Eric Hunter & Horsehead

Backed up by his longtime friends, Horsehead, Eric Hunter sings with his heart on his sleeve, delivering songs that range from Ryan Adams-like sentimentality to Rolling Stones-esque swagger.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Go Back To Your Mama
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2. Pink Tornado
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3. Everything Falls Apart For A Reason
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4. White Noise
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5. Angels On Airplanes
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6. Running With Scissors
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7. Flame
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8. On A Roll
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9. Holes To Fill
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10. High Hopes
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This very 'live sounding' record was recorded in a little over six hours. Backed up by his longtime friends, Horsehead, Eric Hunter sings with his heart on his sleeve, delivering songs that range from Ryan Adams-like sentimentality to Rolling Stones-esque swagger.


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grant

can't put this away...
...i bought this album on a whim...liked eric's unusual vocals and strong guitar backing on a preview listen...long story short, the more I played it, the more I liked it...now can't put it away...it's on high rotation...and it's sent me looking for more from this artist... good stuff if you like your folk mixed with a little grungy guitar...