Cary Morin | Cradle to the Grave

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Cradle to the Grave

by Cary Morin

The 3rd in Cary Morin's solo trilogy to include: Streamline, and Tiny Town. Morin showcases, yet again, his deft fingerstyle guitar virtuosity on this 2017 solo release. It's amazing, the sound that one guy with one guitar can produce. A must have!
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Cradle to the Grave
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2. Laid Back
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3. Dawn's Early Light
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4. Lay Baby Lay
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5. Mishawaka
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6. Mississippi Blues
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7. Ghost Dog
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8. Trust
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9. Back on the Train
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10. Nothing Compares 2 U
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11. Watch over Me
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“One of the best acoustic pickers on the scene,” Cary Morin brings together the great musical traditions of America and beyond like no other. Deft fingerstyle guitar, vocals that convey melodic elation and gritty world-weariness, Morin crafts a style often characterized as acoustic Native Americana with qualities of blues, bluegrass, jazz, jam, and reggae.
"A man and a guitar, a lot of soul, and an understanding of the history of soulful men with guitars in American music can sometimes achieve this kind of timelessness in their work…,” comments Richard Higgs (Public Radio Tulsa). “Morin has the chops. [His] performances… would stand out, variously, among the old-school delta blues pliers, the Greenwich Village folk crowd at the end of the 1950s, the back-to-nature bards of the late '60s, or today's thriving scene. Morin references all these styles, but he's no dilettante. His engaging sound is his alone...."

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