Gene Murphy | All That We've Been Through

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All That We've Been Through

by Gene Murphy

Deep, emotional, filled with images and melodic acoustic guitar counter melodies with touches of violin and harmonica.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Frozen River
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2. You Dont Know Me
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3. I Just Want To Be With You
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4. Say Goodbye
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5. Places
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6. Voices In the Wind
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7. Moments
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8. Tell Em What I Was
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9. Road Trip
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"The Vancouver singer songwriter (formerly of The Last Wild Sons) breaks his hiatus and records an album of fully formed and richly detailed songs backed only by his acoustic guitar and occasional harmonica. Murphy's troubadour vocals are comparable to 60's Gordon Lightfoot or 80's Steve Earl, and the stories he tells are topical and poignant (Greg Potter, TV Week Magazine, October 23-29 2010 issue)."

"The former Last Wild Son has arrived as an adult on "All That We've Been Through" with grown up thoughts that get to the heart of our own. Imagine an unplugged Chris Isaak, though Gene has a lower voice, and more honesty. Gene sings as if dueting with his guitar through much of the album, the words fitting so easily in the melody and accompaniment. A bit of plaintive harmonica here and there, and a tad of strings, but otherwise an intimate journey with Gene, his guitar, and where he's come so far (Ellie O'Day, October 2010)."

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