Kaz Murphy | Ride out the Storm

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Ride out the Storm

by Kaz Murphy

Americana singer-songwriter's 4th solo CD whose distinctive baritone and storytelling bedded with mandolin and baritone guitar creates a refreshingly haunting Americana backdrop with bluegrass undertones.
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1. When People Come Together
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2. A Sunny Day
4:29 $0.99
3. Blue Devil Sky
4:32 $0.99
4. Thunderhead
3:45 $0.99
5. Soft Heart
4:31 $0.99
6. Where You Come From
2:59 $0.99
7. All I Wanna Do Is Work
4:23 $0.99
8. Somebody Could Be Me
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9. Stella Rae
3:28 $0.99
10. Forget About the World Tonight
4:27 $0.99
11. Rise Me Up
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Album Notes
Kaz Murphy goes waaaay back. And now, with an innovative new album, the singer-songrwriter is back in the saddle. with "Ride Out the Storm." The live sessions were recorded in April at The Zone in Dripping Springs, TX with producer Scrappy Jud Newcomb, who had this to say: “When I read the titles I was intrigued, then when I heard the music and studied the lyrics, I thought, the world needs to hear more Kaz Murphy.” Engineered and mastered by Pat Manske.

In 1997 No Depression wrote that Murphy's first solo CD, “One Happy Camper,” was “packed with songs so full of rich imagery, quirky characters, cultural insights and instrumental diversity that if there were such a thing as classic Americana, this would be it.” His third CD, “Home For Mistfits” (2007) won Album of the Year at Rockwired and on Mike Lidskin's Twirl Radio. As a long-coming follow up to “Misfits” time and experience has honed Murphy's signature voice and abilities.

With Newcomb on various guitars, mandolin, bass and vocals, Manske on drums, and Notarthomas on bass, tremolo, baritone guitars and vocals, the live cuts are executed with assured badass backbone, with Tex Mex accents provided by Newcomb, and Notarthomas alluding to one of Kaz's musical mentors, Morricone. Penny Jo Pullus contributed her sweet backups on two songs. Manske's masterful drum tracks evoke Nashville and Texas' finest artists.



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