Halem Albright | Don't Listen to Me

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Don't Listen to Me

by Halem Albright

With the help of some of Georgia's finest producers and musicians, this lyrically deep album takes you on an electrifying journey from start to finish with styles ranging from pop-oriented rock songs to reggae and Americana-influenced anthems.
Genre: Rock: Extended Jams
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Strangeland
9:52 $1.00
2. Boomer's Boys
6:18 $1.00
3. You're Upsetting Me, Too
5:43 $1.00
4. Hold Me Up
5:51 $1.00
5. Plan B?
4:36 $1.00
6. The Good Life
11:19 $1.00
7. Today's High
6:20 $1.00
8. Breathe
7:00 $1.00
9. Midnight Sea
6:20 $1.00
10. Window to Heaven
4:40 $1.00
11. The River
2:51 $1.00
12. Slip By
3:55 $1.00
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Album Notes
After playing in several bands and touring the southeast since the age of 17, Halem Albright started working on his debut album, "Don't Listen To Me" in 2010, with some of Atlanta and Athens' greatest producers and musicians, showing his musical maturity with diverse styles ranging from pop-oriented rock songs, supported by moving guitar work and beautiful background vocals to reggae and Americana-influenced anthems, with accompanying powerful horn sections and high-energy percussion. It is set to be released on 11/29/2012.

"Don't Listen To Me" was produced with the help of some of Georgia's finest producers; John Keane of R.E.M. and Widespread Panic fame, and Jeff Mosier who worked with bands like Phish. The album also has the contributions of some of the southeast's most talented musicians, namely keyboardist Ike Stubblefield, guitarist Davis Causey and drummer Duane Trucks, to name a few.



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