Clint Alphin | Effigy

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Effigy

by Clint Alphin

Folk and Bluegrass influences with a Modern Acoustic sound.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Angel On The Silver Screen
4:02 album only
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2. Box With A Ribbon
4:38 album only
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3. Mary Lou
3:30 album only
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4. The Hard Way
4:31 album only
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5. Effigy
3:20 album only
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6. Last Guitar Player In Nashville
3:35 album only
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7. Remember Me Tonight
5:05 album only
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8. Morning And Evening
4:12 album only
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9. Let Me
3:42 album only
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10. Nobody In This World
2:35 album only
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11. Love You So
3:14 album only
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12. Gifts Of Man
3:41 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Clint Alphin is proud to release his first full-length album "Effigy," produced by Jonathan Maness, and tracked and mixed by Bil VornDick.

The album showcases Clint's unique songwriting and vocal styles as well as the multi-instrumental talents of Jonathan Maness (The Dixie Bee-Liners). It also features Nashville ace musicians like bassist Mark Fain (Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder), fiddler Becky Buller (Valerie Smith and Libery Pike), and dobroist Andy Hall (The Infamous Stringdusters).

The album encompasses a range of styles and sounds, from the traditional waltz of "Box With A Ribbon," to the satirical fun of "Last Guitar Player In Nashville." Fans of Folk, Country, Americana, and Bluegrass music are sure to enjoy this impressive debut.

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