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HalleyAnna | The Country

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The Country

by HalleyAnna

Genre: Country: Americana
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1. So Heavy
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2. Peace Is Lonely, Love Is War
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3. Fast Train
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4. Back in Your Arms Again
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5. Tonight!
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6. The Country
4:01 $0.99
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7. That's Alright
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8. Making a List for You
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9. I'd Rather Be a Memory
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M.L. Downey

Holy Cow, HalleyAnna Can Sing
It only takes a few seconds of listening to the title cut on this wonderful CD “The Country” by HalleyAnna for one to recognize that this is one heck of a voice. HalleyAnna is blessed with country pipes that run back to Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette through EmmyLou Harris to The Trisha’s Jamie Wilson. In addition to that marvelously-rich voice born for country music, HalleyAnna writes some dang good tunes that range from the honky-tonk/New Orleans mishmash “Tonight” to the Americana gem “Fast Train” to the hilarious “Making a List for You.” The only cover is the country weeper “I’d Rather Be a Memory.” Ably paced by a superb band, HalleyAnna hits her stride with the loping wryly-titled “Peace is Lonely, Love is War.” HalleyAnna is not a retro traditionalist though – her fresh take on this stalwart American music is apparent throughout, including her kiss-off to a former lover on the album closer “On my Way to Get You Off My Mind.”
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