Joseph Huber | Bury Me Where I Fall

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Bury Me Where I Fall

by Joseph Huber

The 1st solo album from .357 String Band's Joseph Huber reveals a new side; a brooding, & intraspecitve side in the spirit of Townes Van Zandt or Leonard Cohen. Weary & burdened, yet also joyfully defiant. Each song offers a new sound & way of seeing.
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1. Bury Me Where I Fall
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2. Riddler's Song
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3. Bell On A Rope
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4. Death, Cruel Shadow, Be My Shade
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5. Better Than Before
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6. Downtime
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7. Slow Death March
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8. Can't You See A Flood's A-Comin'
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9. The Ancient Lake
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Album Notes
Singer/Songwriter/Multi-Instrumentalist Joseph Huber is a founding member of, and also has spent the last 6 years playing banjo and touring with, the Milwaukee, WI based 'streetgrass' group, the .357 String band. Hard livin' put together with plenty of downtime has offered more than enough motivation and oppurtunity for his songwriting. "Bury Me Where I Fall", Huber's introductory solo album offers a new, unseen side to his writing. Less high-octane and blistering as his known work, "Bury Me..." reveals multiple, new landscapes, ranging anywhere from desolate, world-weary ones; to brooding and ominous ones; over to defiantly joyful ones. The only thing we can be sure of is that consistency is not a human trait. Written, preformed, and recorded by Huber in his own home, "Bury Me Where I Fall" offers intimate access into deeply personal music.

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Joe Esparza

Just Get it and Listen
My words can't describe the depth and awe of this album, but Joe Huber is a true poet and I'm damn glad that he does what he does.

Daniel Payne

Eternal music
Being a TVZ fiend I naturally had to buy this after hearing it and being into Bob Wayne and .357

The cosmic awareness of the writer is eternal and is evident here from start to finish. Some of the best music I have ever heard.