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Live At The Blue Door

by John Fullbright

Before his Grammy nominated studio debut, "From The Ground Up" John Fullbright recorded this now classic live record. The portrait of the artist at the beginning of his career.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. Introduction
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2. Moving
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3. Tombstone Intro
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4. Tombstone
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5. Unlocked Doors
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6. All The Time In the World
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7. Satan & St. Paul
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8. Post War Blues
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9. New Arrival
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10. Somebody Else's Name
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11. All That You Know
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12. Justice
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13. Blameless
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14. Jericho
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15. High Road Intro
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16. High Road
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17. Hallelujah
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Before the Grammy nominated "From The Ground Up" John Fullbright took the stage of the venerable Blue Door in OKC to record a live record. This sparse recording features only five songs that would appear on subsequent studio recordings and shows a young man with already a very strong songwriting vision. Essential listening. www.johnfullbrightmusic.com

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Mtnman

Mtnman review
I've never heard a better album. I look forward to hearing John's future work and wish him happiness and success. (Maybe 'modulated happiness'...I don't want him to write pop music?!)
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