Jackie Morris | Can't Fix Crazy

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Can't Fix Crazy

by Jackie Morris

A vibrant, witty mix of original folk and Americana - fun, upbeat, poignant and thought-provoking.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Come and Gone
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2. Can't Fix Crazy
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3. I Thought You Were a Diamond
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4. North Hampton Road
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5. Jambalaya
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6. Things You Must Not Talk About
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7. Bad Tattoo
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8. Shy Boy
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9. Last Leaf
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10. Factory Farm
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11. All I Ever Wanted
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
With this, her fourth album, Pandora artist Jackie Morris continues to demonstrate the "wealth of different styles, with lyrics that are in turn touching, funny, poignant and authentic" that made reviewer Wildy Haskell call her "a fabulous songwriter" (Wildy's World).

The songs range from upbeat Americana to original folk...from AAA/singer-songwriter stylings to bluegrass-infused numbers. And, once again, her album features some of the top acoustic musicians on the West Coast: multi-instrumentalist David West on guitar, banjo, mandolin, dobro and bass; bluesman Alastair Greene on resonator guitar and lead guitar; John O'Kennedy on nylon string guitar; David Piltch on upright bass; and Gabe Witcher on fiddle.

"The instrumentation is top-notch," writes Carl Gage in FolkWorks magazine. "And Jackie demonstrates the maturation of her craft in every way. Her delivery has developed beautifully... and the songs are skillfully formulated,...with spot-on backup, excellent arrangements and outstanding production. " Rich with harmony, and accented occasionally by Jackie's iconic whistling, the album "leaves you with a feeling of gentle rapture, having just heard a collection of relaxing, entertaining and feel-good music."

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