Brian Gentry | Dirt For A Crown

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Dirt For A Crown

by Brian Gentry

Brian Gentry of the duo Marvin & Gentry and of Dan Peek & Peace, has released his first ever solo effort. This CD will please the Folk Rockers with Bluegrass, Gospel and ghostly pedal steel guitars a plenty. Produced by Ken Marvin (and Mitch Dane).
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. This Far
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2. Crossroad
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3. Loneliest Trail
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4. Dirt For A Crown
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5. Masterplan
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6. Without You
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7. Higher Than I
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8. Let It Go
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9. Trust In the Lord
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10. Time Flies
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
PRODUCED BY KEN MARVIN
PRODUCED BY MITCH DANE*

ALL SONGS BRIAN GENTRY, MARY ALEX MUSIC, 2010 ASCAP
RECORDED AND MIXED BY KEN MARVIN AT THE TREEHOUSE AND BY
MITCH DANE AT SPUTNIK SOUND, NASHVILLE, TN

BRIAN GENTRY: VOCALS, ACOUSTIC GUITARS, MANDOLIN, PIANO
KEN MARVIN: VOCALS, DRUMS, PERCUSSION, BASS, GUITARS
DALE HANSEN: PEDAL STEEL
GRAHAM GENTRY: PIANO, ORGAN
ANDY HUBBARD: DRUMS
TONY LUCIDO: BASS
BRYAN SUTTON: MANDOLIN
STEVE MASON: ELECTRIC GUITAR, LAP STEEL

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John Lussier

Brilliantly crafted
Dirt For A Crown is one of those albums that just grows and grows with each listen. Brian Gentry has crafted a collection of tunes that tell such incredible stories. It is a rare gem where I actually really enjoy every single track on an album. Most often there are a few that are great, a few that are not bad and some that I skip over. But not with Dirt For A Crown. Every single track is a great listen.
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