Jay Clark | Of Mountains and Heartbreak

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Of Mountains and Heartbreak

by Jay Clark

Original tunes from the Appalachian highs
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Alive
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2. Wheatcroft
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3. Mountain in the Sky
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4. The Last Hemlock
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5. Seeds of Love
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6. Why Do You Hurt Me All the Time?
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7. Barroom Gospel
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8. Masterpiece
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9. Another Mountain's Gone
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10. In the Pines
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11. West Obey
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Album Notes
Jay Clark's "Of Mountains & Heartbreak" is full of songs inspired by southern Appalachia & the emotions that its carved landscape creates. The songs on "Of Mountains & Heartbreak" are personal reflections of old coal mining towns, many nights spent on top of the ridge or deep in the hollow, Grandmother's garden, surface mining, the loss of Appalachia's hemlocks, and the relationship between kindred spirits. "Of Mountains & Heartbreak" was recorded with & produced by Thomm Jutz (acoustic guitar), Daniel Kimbro (upright bass), & Greg Horne (electric guitar, mandolin). If you enjoy original Americana music from the heart of southern Appalachia, you will no doubt want to hit the trail singing these tunes.

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