Nick Barnes | Throwin Stones

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Throwin Stones

by Nick Barnes

Acoustic folk rock. This album must be heard.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Throwin Stones
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2. Time for the Dance
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3. 90 Mph
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4. Beautiful
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5. Where the Wind Blows
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6. Promised Land
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7. You Killed My Friend
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8. A Song for Eve (Live)
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9. Throwin Stones (feat. Ian Cutler on Violin)
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10. Puffin Sax
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11. Mystery Girl
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12. My Friends Ain't There Anymore
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
THROWIN STONES by NICK BARNES

With the release of \"Throwin Stones\" Nick Barnes has found his direction with this his third album. his first \"The Last Train\" had some great compositions and set Nick on his way with some great songs, written and performed by Nick himself. For the second album \"The Blacktop Road\" Nick strengthened his work with Tommy Mandel, who provided a fuller sound with keyboard and backing. Now with the release of \"Throwin Stones\" the direction is much clearer, each track has been written and crafted to get the \"feel\" just right, Nick has honed his collaboration with Tommy Mandel and at the same time avoided over production. Each song on \"Throwin Stones\" is a personal story, some of day\'s long ago remembered like the title track, others of more recent events in Nicks life. My personal highlight is to be found in the second mix of Throwin Stones, just Nick\'s vocal and acoustic guitar, with Ian Cutler on fiddle. So if you can spare an hour then I recommend that you take a listen to \"Throwin Stones\" by Nick Barnes.

Les antink - N.M.S. July 2008

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