Ben Mitchell | Slow Is the New Fast

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Slow Is the New Fast

by Ben Mitchell

Acoustic country blues and alternative folk-pop future classics.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. You Can't Fight That
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2. Who's Got the Blues
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3. Slow Is the New Fast
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4. The Song of Broken Hearts
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5. So Long
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6. Dancing Sober
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7. Greatest Crime of the Century
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8. Nobody on This Earth
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9. Not Another Country Song
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10. Falling Down to Earth
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11. Whisper a Shout
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12. Dead Man Walking
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13. What It Takes
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14. Crossroads
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Slow Is The New Fast is an album about getting lost chasing a dream.

Emotionally raw and intimate acoustic country-blues and alternative-folk songs.

Co-produced by Ben Mitchell and multi ARIA award winning producer, Matt Walker. Recorded with one microphone in an analogue studio high in the hills outside of Melbourne. One take each song.

Inspiration for this collection of 14 songs comes from classics by legends like Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson and Charley Pride and the kind of simple blues heard drifting over the porch of a Route 66 gas station circa 1956.

These are soul-baring, gut-cut-open honest tales of missed chances, forgotten lovers and wretched longing.

It’s about losing your way but, in the end, being okay with that.

You’re lost. So what.

Everyone is.

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