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It's All About The Music

by Joe Hendricks

His songs are filled with the sort of honest songwriting and sentiment rarely found in todays irony-cluttered pop landscape. He blends a blue collar sensibility, traditional country music, and rapid-fire word play to create a sound that is as much
Genre: Country: Country Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. All I Need
2:53 album only
2. The People That Are Near
3:49 album only
3. Truth is
4:22 album only
4. Fly
3:59 album only
5. Lipstick on my Cigerette
2:36 album only
6. 24 Hours
3:13 album only
7. I Only Want To Give
3:32 album only
8. I Finaly Figured it Out
3:11 album only
9. I Love What You Do To Me
2:59 album only
10. Someday
3:23 album only
11. Don't You Know It's Love
2:20 album only
12. In Love With Being in Love
5:03 album only
13. Rolling On
4:12 album only


Album Notes
Joe Hendricks wants people to love his music and he's
not afraid to say it. Hendricks' songs are filled with
the the sort of honest songwriting and sentiment
rarely found in todays irony-cluttered pop landscape.
Songs like "Live a Little Bit of Life" and "The Long Road
to Abeline" blend a blue-collar sensibility, traditional
country music and rapid-fire wordplay to create a
sound that is as much home in a Texas barroom as it is
on the radio. But as much as people would like to do
away with the "little bit country, little bit rock'n'roll"
cliche, Hendricks takes that well-worn credo and
bends, twists and breaks it until it's uniquely his own.
For instance, on "The People That Are Near,"
Hendricks celebrates music, the different ways it's
made and the different people who make it by
channeling country, funk, and yes, even hip-hop.
And he does it all under four minutes. The same is true
on "Fly", where Hendricks' tenor floats above a
chuggin minor-key groove, only to give way to a
huge, sing-along chorus. Hendricks' music is all over
the map, and it may not please everybody.
But he won't stop until it does.
Andy Charest- Washington DC



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