MJ Bishop | Give It Away Again

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Give It Away Again

by MJ Bishop

Nashville-infused musical cocktails with a splash of hope and a bittersweet chaser.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Keep on Walkin'
4:11 $1.00
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2. Give It Away Again
3:04 $1.00
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3. She's Gone
3:33 $1.00
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4. Goodnight from Too Far Away
4:36 $1.00
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5. Leavin' Arkansas
4:04 $1.00
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6. One Way out of Town
4:01 $1.00
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7. My New Town
3:16 $1.00
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8. He Took Her Hand
3:56 $1.00
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9. Dressed in Fireflies
4:18 $1.00
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10. Tryin' to Find the Happy
3:55 $1.00
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11. Gettin' to You
2:43 $1.00
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12. Dream of Consciousness
2:54 $1.00
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13. The River
3:50 $1.00
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Continuing down the path to owning her own style, MJ Bishop’s first Nashville record (her fourth album), is teeming with songs that are hopeful, mournful and dreamy. She has come full circle in this production after her lush debut album Hometown Address (2001), slightly pared down album Feel Good (2003), and even more stripped down album Pull Of The Moon (2008). She pulled in some Nashville Cats for this record (Gary Morse, Danny Parks, Al Hill, Sergio Webb, Peter Hyrka, Bob Mater, Dave Francis) resulting in jaw-dropping performances and memorable licks. It's big, fat, and juicy.

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Fred Schmale (RealRootsCafe.com)

Worth the wait
MJ Bishop pleases and surprises us all with her first Nashville album, the fourth overall (since 2001). We had to wait nine years since her last, 'Pull of the Moon' (2008) and it was worth the wait. Fellow artists should listen carefully to the gems on this album. Worth recording themselves! It will be hard for others to release a better album in Nashville this year.
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