Steve Haggard | Ain't Love Grand?

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Ain't Love Grand?

by Steve Haggard

Roots-oriented music with a classic country feel, a honky-tonkin' roadhouse flavor, and a bit of an outlaw edge.
Genre: Country: Bakersfield Sound
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Home Is Any Honky-Tonk
2:57 album only
2. There\'s Blue (And Then There\'s Blue)
3:19 album only
3. Trust In Love
1:54 album only
4. I Can Never Be Blue
3:36 album only
5. Wine And Memories
2:23 album only
6. Give Me One Good Reason
2:50 album only
7. Cheatham County Blues
2:49 album only
8. A Thousand Miles Away
2:53 album only
9. We\'re In Love
2:29 album only
10. Her Blue Eyes
2:54 album only
11. Empty Arms
2:22 album only
12. Me Minus You Equals The Blues
3:02 album only


Album Notes
Steve Haggard's original brand of Genuine American Roots Music encompasses Americana, hard country, blues, folk, rockabilly, and rock 'n' roll, and has earned the artist acclaim both in the USA & abroad. (He has done more than 50 overseas tours.)

"Ain't Life Grand?", however, is a compilation of Steve's country material, culled from his six Wild Oats Records CD releases. The CD is a sort of career overview of Steve's country side, and contains some truly excellent material.

Steve wrote all 12 songs on the album (three are co-writes with Larry Shaw), plays guitar and harmonica, and produced or co-produced all of the tracks.

Writing about "Ain't Life Grand?", reviewer Wildy Haskell said, "Steve Haggard has some great country cookin' going on"; adding, "I suspect that in the late 1970's and early 1980's, he would have been considered a certain future Country Music Hall of Famer."

Whether it's the honky-tonkin' sound of "Home Is Any Honky-Tonk" or the melancholy "Wine And Memories" or the rockin' roadhouse feel of "Give Me One Good reason", if you're a fan of country music with guts and authenticity, you're bound to be impressed by "Ain't Life Grand?"

So give it a listen!



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