J.R. Shore | Talkin' On a Bus

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Talkin' On a Bus

by J.R. Shore

Full band treatment of amazingly vivid storytelling, thoughtful arrangements and powerful vocals from one of Canada's up and coming Americana sonwriters.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Two Strike Foul
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2. Over the Brazos
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3. The Story of Sugar
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4. A Tale of Two Yankees
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5. California Condor
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6. Christian Lady Talkin' On a Bus
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7. Comin' Home Tonight
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8. Plight of the Gypsy
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9. Ain't Got Nothing
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10. Conversos
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11. Top of the Order
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12. Two Strike Foul-Reprise
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13. 40 Nights
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Talkin' On a Bus is a 13 song album recorded in 2010 by J.R. Shore with award-winning producer Barry Allen. The songs are as disparate as night and day, but hang together with commanding instrumental performances, and top-shelf vocal treatment. Shore, a 3-time award winning songwriter of the Calgary Folk Music Festival Songwriting Competition, has woven 12 original songs and complimented them with a song from the late, great, Blaze Foley. The album features some of Canada's finest musicians, including John Woruschuck (dobro), Jan McKittrick (vocals), Mike Barer (bass/violin), and Ceri Jones (trombone). This is Americana at its Canadian best.

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