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by Kris Hitchcock & Small Town Son

A flavorful blend of country, rock and heartfelt ballads with lyrics that are fun, powerful and insightful.
Genre: Country: Modern Country
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1. Guns and Gravel
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2. Those Younger Years
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3. Somebody Tell Memphis
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4:13 $0.99
4. Wild Honey
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3:27 $0.99
5. Don't Tell Georgia
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6. Taking a Chance
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7. Roll Storm Roll
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8. Haywired
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9. Mary
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10. Stomping Ground
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11. What Songs Are For
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12. Bonnie's Song
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Album Notes
The CD begins with the uptempo tune of "Guns and Gravel", an homage to the songwriter's roots and his fun description of the women of the Midwest. Staying upbeat, the album transitions to "Those Younger Years", a song that resonates with both young and old. The CD follows with "Somebody Tell Memphis" and then "Wild Honey", which was the title track from their single released in the summer of 2012. "Don't Tell Georgia" follows, and was a ballad also found on that single. The midtempo "Taking a Chance" and sexy "Roll Storm Roll" fill out the middle of the album, before the CD kicks back into high gear with the fun and upbeat "Haywired". Fan favorites, midtempo "Mary" and rocking hometown anthem "Stomping Ground" round out the end of the album before it concludes with the heartfelt and soulful ballads "What Songs Are For" and bonus track "Bonnie's Song".


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