J. Scott Thompson | Live At the High Lonesome

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Live At the High Lonesome

by J. Scott Thompson

An engaging live album of original songs with a country-soul vibe.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. That Moment (Live)
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2. Meant to Be (Live)
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3. I Wonder Why (Live)
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4. Flying (Live)
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5. Get Away (Live)
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6. Carry Me (Live)
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7. In Over My Heart (Live)
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8. Watch It Rain (Live)
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9. Kiss and Tell (Live)
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10. Some Kind of Fever (Live)
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11. Something 'bout the Rain (Live)
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12. Runnin' (Live)
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13. Every Now and Then (Live)
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Album Notes
A lifelong music fanatic, I grew listening to everything from Country and Rock, to 60's Soul, Blues and Jazz. When I write, I pull from all these genres to produce songs that are unique yet familiar. A quick listen to a song like, "That Moment", and the country influence is obvious. While songs like, "Carry Me" and "Something 'bout the Rain" show that love of 60's soul greats like Ray Charles or Sam Cooke. The result is something fresh, but familiar that makes you smile. "Live at the High Lonesome" was recorded live on March 31, 2012 in a barn in the foothills of the north Georgia mountains. There are no overdubs. Everything you hear is just what the 200+ in attendance heard on that beautiful evening. Enjoy!


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