Korey D & the Ozark Travelers | Echo Through the Mountains

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Echo Through the Mountains

by Korey D & the Ozark Travelers

A debut folk album of mostly original songs. This is pure Arkansas folk music with blues and bluegrass influences at it's finest.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sunshine
2:54 album only
2. Madison County
4:38 album only
3. Night Time
3:56 album only
4. Handsome Molly
3:14 album only
5. God's Song
6:28 album only
6. The Well Song
3:03 album only
7. Got to Make Music
6:29 album only
8. Alberta
3:09 album only
9. Tonight's the Night
3:58 album only
10. I'll Fly Away
4:12 album only
11. Bottom Dollar Blues
5:34 album only
12. Echo Through the Mountains
3:06 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
I'm Korey Danley and this is my first studio album, with 9 songs written by myself and 3 classic traditional songs. I have sung since I could talk, and my whole life has been leading up to this album. I'm so proud of this work and I can't wait to get started on the next one. Joining me on this album are some of the finest Arkansas musicians ever to be heard. Kevin Riddle is an amazing guitarist, who also happens to have a great voice, which you can hear on his solo work, and future recordings from The Ozark Travelers. Brendan Danley is an awesome bassist, who has history recording indie music in Memphis as a part of the label Unclaimed Recordings. He played bass on the album, and mixed and produced it. Woody and Sunshine DeLassio are a great pair of banjo players (Woody also plays guitar in their duo) who added a great touch to three of the songs on the album. April Price and Graeme Higgins added some percussion to a few songs with washboard and drums, respectively. Nathanael Stone engineered the project at his studio in Siloam Springs, AR and also played violin on two songs. Willa Thomason added cello to those same two songs. The album turned out perfectly for what I wanted it to be, and I'm so excited for people to hear. I want to bring joy to as many people as I can with the gift that God has blessed me with. Thanks and God Bless you all!



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