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Hotel Bretton Hall

by Nice Boys from New York

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Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Nothing to Declare
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2. Too Much Love
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3. Maybe Gone
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4. Lonely Boy
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5. Sympathy for the Devil
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6. I Wake Up Troubled
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7. Old Hotel
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8. Because I Love You, Baby
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9. The Ballad of Julia Hill
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10. I'm Not Saying
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11. Every Time I Cry
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12. Picking Up the Pieces
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13. Let Me Be Lonely
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14. American Boy Waltz
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15. I Was Your Friend
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16. Daddy's Girl
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Album Notes
The follow-up to the 1990 recording "Countrytime,"
"Hotel Bretton Hall" features sixteen new tracks written by Andrew Morse. Covering a wide range
of traditional country genres, from two-step to waltz, from bluegrass to honky tonk rocker, "Hotel Bretton Hall" spans the country music landscape with a line-up of terrific musicians led by the stirring vocal performances of Kevin Trainor. If you liked "Countrytime," you'll probably love "Hotel Bretton Hall."

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Gary McDole

Hotel Bretton Hall
If I’d never heard their first album, “Countrytime,” (which I like even better) I’d have probably given this five stars instead of four. The writing talent of Andrew Morse and the voice of Kevin Trainor at times combine to make the almost-perfect country song. If you like or love “Countrytime,” you definitely should buy this CD also. On the other hand, if you don’t own “Countrytime,” and if your favorite of the three sample songs on this CD is “Nothing to Declare,” you might want to start with “Countrytime,” a CD with less variety, where most of the songs are in that vein. Better yet, buy both CDs, and then maybe we won’t have another 17 year wait before NBFNY3.
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