James Low | Blackheart

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Blackheart

by James Low

Low is a gifted songwriter with a great, just-got-off-ridin'-the the rails, wayward soul of a voice...country tinged, sincere and emotive.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. Black Heart
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2. Hurricane Sue
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3:14 $0.99
3. Worn Out
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4. You're So Mean
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5. Nothing But Your Man
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3:18 $0.99
6. Steel Rail
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7. How Much Do You Love Me
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8. Dealer's Choice
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9. Lullabye
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10. Back in the Saddle
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11. When I Went Wrong
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Portland singer/songwriter James Low spins stirring, often pensive country- and pop-inflected narratives that warrant comparison to immediate predecessors like Richard Buckner, while bearing the unmistakable influence of such vaunted troubadours as Townes Van Zandt and Guy Clark.


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Rob Lewis

A beer addled view of love and life!
James writes about real life, love, betrayal, and inevitability in a way that almost makes you glad for the bad times. This is modern Honky Tonk music. I imagine if the Hank Williams came back, he'd be writing, singing, and playing as prolific and as passionate as Low.

Donna

This is the real thing!
James Low has a distinctive, plaintive voice that cuts right to the heart. Whether it's the quirky Nothing But Your Man or the masterful almost-murder ballad How Much Do You Love Me, he puts everything he feels into these songs. Bonus: lots of reverb, which makes me weak in the knees anyway. I have almost worn out my copy of this CD.