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Free To Fall

by Beaucoup Blue

Roots/ Americana with a blues edge. Father and son group.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Delta Rain
3:53 $0.99
2. By Your Side
3:48 $0.99
3. Catch Me When I Wake UP
3:36 $0.99
4. Bluer Than The Midnight Sky (feat. Melody Gardot)
3:05 album only
5. Hesitation Blues
4:07 $0.99
6. Whistle Whistle
3:49 $0.99
7. Oh America (feat. Red Molly)
4:15 $0.99
8. Desert Spring
4:51 $0.99
9. Free To Fall (feat. Red Molly)
4:14 $0.99
10. Running Out The Door
3:18 $0.99
11. Drive For Hours
3:27 $0.99
12. No Friend Of Money
3:09 $0.99
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Album Notes
As of 3/28/09 "Free To Fall" is:

#25 on AMA's Americana radio chart Top 40

#25 on Radio and Records Americana Top 40

#38 on Cashbox Magazine's Top 40 Americana Top Albums

#27 on AMA's Americana Internet Airplay Top 40

#8 on Roots Music Report's Folk Top 50

“Free To Fall” is the new album from Beaucoup Blue. Father & Son David & Adrian Mowry come together to blend their individual talents with the philosophy of what would best-serve the song. The goal was to write timeless material reaching back before going forward. They hope to put their stamp on a rich and enduring genre. Produced by Grammy nominated Jim Salamone. The project features a world class rhythm section including Jeff Sheard on drums, Bill Zinno on acoustic upright bass as well as the extraordinary talents of a few friends. A guest appearance by Universal recording artist Melody Gardot, and the ‘Americana Angels’ of Red Molly added their voices to this important work in classic proportion.

Gene Shay of WXPN in Philadelphia says of Beaucoup Blue: “...They are one of the best and most exciting new acts to come along in years. I love their sound and their songs.”

Sarah Craig of Caffe Lena America’s Oldest Continuously Running Coffeehouse says of Beaucoup Blue: “...This powerful yet gentle father-and-son duo gets their audience lost in reverie with arrestingly soulful blues-based music. Their original songs blend folk, R&B, jazz, country, and bluegrass together in songs that might be classics, or might just sound like it.”



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Ted Lyons

Beaucoup Blue are always first-rate live and this CD has that same solid energy and captivating musicianship. Every cut on this record is strong. This is a bluesy and an extremely creatively made CD. Adrian and David Mowry are consumate singers and guitarists and there's not an insipid lick on the record. Very highly recommended.

Sallie Pickard

Free to Fall
I first heard Beaucoup Blue in Virginia in 2006 and have followed them ever since-have all their cd's. This one did not disappoint and I have played it constantly. David and Adrian are fantastic!

David Lang

great new material
These guys are great. This time here is not much traditional stuff (except for a great version of Hesitation Blues). Modern acoustic blues at its best.

Zig Zeller

Genuine in every way!
I’m a huge fan of this duo, and this their third release expands on their powerful work to date, with fresh original songwriting, vocal harmonies and fine acoustic guitar and dobro work. There are many highlights on this excellently produced offering; Slide-dobro man and philosopher Dave serves as our troubled oracle on “Oh America” while songwriter Adrian hypnotizes with powerful emotion on "Desert Spring" and again on “No Friend of Money.” And Melody Gardot’s voice will simply make you smile when she joins in on “Bluer than Midnight”, with a most beautiful vocal timbre to compliment Dave’s velvet smooth voice. Then there’s the romping and rockin’ “Hesitation Blues” and a could-be-Elvis title track accompanied by female vocal trio “Red Molly.” Yes, highly recommended CD: but see them live when you get a chance to see great artists at work!