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Gracie Day | The Nashville Sessions

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The Nashville Sessions

by Gracie Day

Sultry vocals and storytelling lyrics. A modern mixture of folk, rock, and country with themes of love, lust, travel and self-actualization.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tennessee
3:31 $1.50
2. Come a Little Closer
3:30 $1.50
3. Courthouse
3:47 $1.50
4. Half Your Heart
3:45 $1.50
5. Last Chance
3:40 $1.50
6. Some Things Never Change
5:00 $1.50
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Album Notes
"Day paints a compelling portrait of a persona longing to leave her home behind for greener pastures, and of relationships that get frozen in a state of ambivalence, a push and pull that fights directly against the aforementioned sense of wanderlust. She manages to do justice to both themes, which is a pretty neat songwriting trick. “The Nashville Sessions” — so named because it was recorded at Sound Emporium in Nashville — is a remarkably dense and richly textured piece of work, one that showcases Day’s smoky vocals and extraordinary phrasing. It’s a well-instrumented album — which also features Joel Rines on bass, Tim Galloway on guitar and mandolin, percussionist Matt King and violinists Kyle Prudenz and Natalie Murphy — but it never loses sight of Day as its focal point. Indeed, everything frames and heightens her vocals and lyrics. Ultimately, beyond its overt themes, this is an album about moments pregnant with possibility, how they simultaneously push and paralyze"
- Victor Infante, The Telegram and Worcester Magazine




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