Matt Arthur | On the Edge, At the Bottom

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On the Edge, At the Bottom

by Matt Arthur

Unapologetic, Johnny Cash-inspired country gospel.
Genre: Spiritual: Country Gospel
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1. Brighter Tomorrow
4:04 $1.00
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2. Stop by Here
4:44 $1.00
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3. I'm a Believer
2:47 $1.00
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4. On the Edge, At the Bottom
4:21 $1.00
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5. Lonesome Valley
2:40 $1.00
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6. Poor Boy Special
3:14 $1.00
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7. I'll Be Ready
5:24 $1.00
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8. Because He Lives
3:54 $1.00
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9. God Will Take Care of You
3:09 $1.00
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10. Leave It There
3:50 $1.00
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11. Soon My Work Will All Be Done
3:37 $1.00
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Album Notes
"Matt Arthur's music calls out from another time--a time when Johnny Cash was singing to the prisoners, Gram Persons was pushing a new generation toward country music, and a whole host of artists were trying to figure out how to make peace in a conflicted America and find peace in their conflicted hearts.
Matt Arthur's voice can cut through the energized cacophony of a Saturday night bar-room and the haze of a Sunday morning hangover. his songs bring understanding and mercy--whether or not you're inspired ot get up, wash your face, and put on your cleanest direct shirt: fall back into bed: or head back to the bar, this is the right record for the occasion." - Rev Russel Rathbun

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