Woody Simmons | Mile by Mile

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Mile by Mile

by Woody Simmons

A collection of ballads, introspective love songs and inspired melodies.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Can't Go Home
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2. There You Are
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3:58 album only
3. Sister
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4:51 album only
4. Gratitude
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3:56 album only
5. I'll Remember You
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6. Hold Me Forever
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7. Meet Me
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8. Smokin' Cigars
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9. Happy Birthday
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10. Mile By Mile
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mile By Mile is Simmons' latest release, all new songs with the flavor of Oregon Mountains. A combination of folk, soft rock and a little bit of country, Mile By Mile weaves a story of love, loss, gratitude and humor all the while utilizing the banjo in unique ways throughout.


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Deborah Pardes

Rare DNA
i don't write reviews all that often. I write songs more. So from that place - as a writer- i write a review of this album..and of this artist. Suffice it to say that Woody's approach to her voice, her instruments, her writing is from a joyful, deep place. I guess the notes she creates are just like the strands of her DNA that make her uniquely her. The gift to us as listeners is our access to that joyful place of Woody that can inhabit our ears and our imaginations with her songs. Just take a break from what you expect a banjo playing singer songwriter to do..and climb on over to what Woody is offering. It's so different. I strain to hear the banjo sometimes..it's not always there on this album. but what is ever present is her incredible voice, her yearning for the perfect melody, the perfect arrangement. This album is so even and beautiful. my favorite song? well... I guess it's There You Are..kind of superb. Enjoy the whole album...it's like a photograph you keep on looking at to discover more of yourself.