Laura Collins & The Back Porch Band | Lucky Stars

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Lucky Stars

by Laura Collins & The Back Porch Band

Laura Collins and her Back Porch Band combine upright bass, swamp accordion, lap steel, and sublime guitar. Laura's soulful vocals weave effortlessly through her songs, musically born from the alt-country genre, yet steeped in her New Zealand origins.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. Addicted to This Man
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2. He Ain't Coming Round
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3. Motherless Child
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4. Gorilla
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5. Careless Man
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6. For the Song
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7. Lucky Stars
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8. How Do
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9. Embrace
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
New Zealand born Laura Collins spent time on a pilgrimage to Louisiana and Texas where she absorbed the local vibes. She is obviously something of a musical sponge because she returned to create a wonderful album, 'Cast a Line', that looked at some of the rough edges of her life – stories of failed love affairs and personal demons abound. And now she has produced the beautiful 'Lucky Stars'. Again filled with perfectly placed mandolin, banjo, saxophone, and acoustic, electric and Weissenborn slide guitar breaks, this album like her others are songs that Collins has self-penned and brought to life, gutsy, heart breaking life.

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