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Barnes Bar-B-Q

by Barnes Bar-B-Q

Raw Folk-Rock with an often retrospective feel; with some of the ballads feeling perhaps, reminiscent of the 50s or 60s.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Elmer Gantry
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2. The Jody McGill Fight Song
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3. Dirt in my Mouth
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4. Homestead
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5. Say the word
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6. Snowy night
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7. Hold me darling
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8. Saline river
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9. Whose eyes
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10. I'm so Glad
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11. Railroad Man
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12. It'll be all right
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13. I'm gonna live on the ocean
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
2010 Creative Spirit Award Winner; Gold, Folk / Singer/Songwriter.

The Liner-notes:
Where I grew up, there was a sense of despair woven into the fabric of life. Hard work defined you. Illness or injury would take you. And faith was that near-intangible that would save you. Above it all, the wind blew over the crops, like a spirit from the surrounding high-desert, longing to reclaim its rightful territory…
My mother toiled through her childhood, a household containing 13 siblings. Adulthood brought her to a little café to waitress and eventually marry the owner - who would become my father and that of my siblings. Perhaps his death during my infancy, adds fuel to those universal questions: Where am I from? Where am I going? Who am I?…
In my own strange way, I am compelled to continue grappling for understanding, by resurrecting, upon a different foundation, that roadside café that was called Barnes Bar-B-Q.
This debut release contains the contributions of Nicholas Russell, Kristen Barnes & Rick Barnes. Ten % of the retail price will benefit Heifer International.

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