John Allaire | Up Hill ... Both Ways

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Up Hill ... Both Ways

by John Allaire

"One of Canada's best storytellers. the next Canadian music legend" Penguin Eggs Magazine
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Highway 105
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2. Lonesome Fiddle
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3. Trails in the Sand
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4. She Walks on Water
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5. Swing the Hammer Down
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6. St. Eugene
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7. Sundays in June
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8. Magnets
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9. Candy Apple Killer
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10. The Sonic Properties of Fire
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11. What It Takes
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12. Reels and Breathes
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
John Allaire is an award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter who pens songs and stories that incorporate a distinct soulfulness, with melodies that stick in your head and lyrics that exhibit an edgy, quick wit. Reviews from national magazines like Canadian Musician and Penguin Eggs have cited John as "a new Neil Young," "the next Canadian music legend," and "perfect barroom cool."

John first became known to North American audiences with his alt-rock band, The Town Cryers, in the '80s and '90s. After spending two decades touring North America and performing alongside other international acts, John put out his first solo recording in 2003, entitled Crime and Punishment. In 2005, John teamed up with his backing band, the Campistas, and released Thank You Waitress!, an album that went to the top of many college and university radio stations across North America and garnered a particularly large audience in Europe. Summer 2007 brought the release of John's third solo album, Ghosts of the Royal Motel, with the accompanying North American tour and video for the single "Bourbon". The video is currently in rotation on many TV video shows around the world.

John released "Up Hill ... Both Ways" in the spring of 2009 ... on CD and VINYL! Get your copy today.

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