Al Dunkleman | When We Were Young

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When We Were Young

by Al Dunkleman

Americana music flavored with singer-songwriter, folk, bluegrass, country and old-time.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Once Upon A Road
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2. Livin' On Love
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3. I'll Be Coming Back To You
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4. Old Friend
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5. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You
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6. Get Them Cows In The Barn
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7. When We Were Young
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8. If I Should Fall Behind
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9. Last Thing On My Mind
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10. When The Mountains Cry
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11. The Raven
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12. One Day You'll Run
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13. The Engineers Don't Wave From The Trains Anymore
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14. That's How I Got To Memphis
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15. Broad River Reel
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16. I Know You're There
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Al Dunkleman is a Western North Carolinian who writes, sings and plays Americana music.

"You have written some very personal, fine songs. They really paint a picture.” –David Holt, Four-time Grammy Award winner, musician, storyteller, historian, television host and entertainer

"When We Were Young"—Dunkleman’s sophomore CD—is set to be released on March 28, 2011. This project features two of the best multi-instrumentalists in the music business—Darin Aldridge and Tim Crouch.

With a resumé that includes The Country Gentleman, Acoustic Syndicate and The Circuit Riders, Darin Aldridge, a rising star on the bluegrass scene, lends his extraordinary talents on mandolin, guitar, and banjo. Tim Crouch, who has performed or recorded with most of the Nashville greats—Dolly Parton, George Jones, Glen Campbell, Marty Stewart, Vince Gill, Sarah
Evans, Dierks Bentley—adds his music genius on cello, mandolin, upright bass, fiddle and percussion.

WWWY showcases six original songs and three original instrumentals crafted by Dunkleman. Also included are cover versions of songs written by Tom T. Hall, Tom Paxton and Bruce Springsteen.

Dunkleman captures the sentiment of the Baby Boom generation with these lines from his title song "When We Were Young"—

We thought we’d change the world
With our peace and harmony
But nothing really changed
Only you and me

Looking back, these words from "Livin’ On Love" capture Dunkleman’s humble beginnings as a newlywed living in the North Carolina mountains—

The cold winter wind blew hard
The furnace groaned all night
At times we could see our breath
So we held each other tight

“I thoroughly enjoyed the great mix of singer-songwriter and other roots music styles. Good stuff!” -Barry Poss, Founder and President of Sugar Hill Records

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