Barak Hill | Wheels Won't Roll

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Wheels Won't Roll

by Barak Hill

Fantastic songwriting and instrumentation is showcased by simple production. Recorded in an historic tavern in Springfield, Missouri.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. The Sweetest Sound
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2. Once I Was a Hurricane
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3. Thirty-Three
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4. I Want to Say Love
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5. This Machine
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6. Birmingham
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7. Everything That I've Earned
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8. All My Time
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9. 'til the Money Runs Out
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10. Ready to Walk Away
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11. Reunion Song
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12. Pushed Around
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I’m lucky to have friends who are incredible musicians. They’ve played these songs with me in bars, backyards, and living rooms—wherever people would listen. I wanted a record of what that sounded like.

Rather than spend weeks in a studio trying in vain to make everything perfect, we set up two microphones in a great room and recorded live. These aren’t definitive version of these songs; they’re just the way we played them right then, while the recorder was running.

The owners at Lindberg’s were gracious enough to let me use the room above the bar. It’s a beautiful space with acoustics that musicians dream of. I haven’t added reverb or effects—what you hear is us, the hardwood floor, and the traffic on Commercial Street. The building also has a history that’s the stuff of local legend. For more than 100 years, through times as a brothel, a speakeasy, a juke joint, and now a haven for music fans, Lindberg’s has been soaking up stories. My hope is that some of the history of this building found it’s way onto these recordings.

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