Wes Homner | New York Nights & Tennesse Dreams

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New York Nights & Tennesse Dreams

by Wes Homner

Country Blues, Blues and heart felt standards. Some of Wes's best secular writing and performance.
Genre: Country: Country Blues
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1. Ode to Davie
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3:53 album only
2. New York Nights
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4:05 album only
3. Georgia On My Mind
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4:56 album only
4. Stand By Me
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3:35 album only
5. Summertime
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7:13 album only
6. The Lord's Prayer
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3:46 album only
7. Then You Can Tell Me Goodby
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8. The Old School
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9. We're Too Young to Let Our Old Love Die
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10. I'll Drown in My Tears
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11. You've Come a Long Way Baby
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Album Notes
Although Wes is primarily a Bluegrass artist, he takes a turn to his eclectic roots with this project. Growing up in the 50's and greatly influenced by all the great music of the 60's, this project shows his devotion to the genres this generation produced. "Ode To Davie" represents a biography of those learning times when life had a dangerous edge without being violent. Those were the days! This is a 'baby boomer' must for those who long for that genuine era.


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