Witherow | Standing On Shoulders

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Standing On Shoulders

by Witherow

Witherow's freshman release featuring the strong vocal harmonies of Abby Mae and Dillan Witherow, innovative musicianship, and delicately crafted lyrics that refresh your audible senses, and sweeps you into their emotional journey of love and life.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Standing On the Shoulders of Giants
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2:29 album only
2. Hold On
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3:49 $1.29
3. The Reckoning
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0:34 album only
4. Grass Will Grown On Your Grave
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3:16 $1.29
5. For Your Heart!
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5:02 $1.29
6. Confounded
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3:33 $1.29
7. Iniquity
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3:40 $1.29
8. Suspended
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4:33 album only
9. For Abbygail
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5:01 album only
10. When Breath Is No More
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1:50 album only
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Album Notes
Using hues from country, rock, folk and soul, you get a powerful alloy. The bond between artist and audience is not easily broken. Witherow pulls the heartstrings of its listeners. From the reminiscent and hopeful 'For Your Heart!' to the rootsy, tough-to-swallow 'Grass Will Grow on Your Grave,' Witherow speaks to the old and new souls alike. Abby Mae's voice is haunting as Dillan WItherow's is soulful, and the two voices weave together intricately, but blend perfectly. And not only are the voices potent, but so is the instrumentation. As the poets of old, Witherow takes on life, death, and love, with a fresh approach.


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