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Footsteps

by Olin And The Moon

This album’s like a beer. Sometimes you cry in it; sometimes you raise your glass. While hardly straying from country formula, this album tugs at your heart like a prairie sunset.
Genre: Rock: Country-Rock
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1. Say Goodbye
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2. Watch, Wait, Never Change
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3. Escape
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4. Not In Love
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5. Gonna Make You Mine
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6. Last Song
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7. That Light
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8. Repeat
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9. Wait For You
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10. Waking Up
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4:55 $0.99
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11. Out Of Here
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3:30 $0.99
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12. Change Your Mind
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4:55 $0.99
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13. Payo
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14. Footsteps
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15. Burro Blanco
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The fourth album from song craftsmen Olin and the Moon shows their maturity across many fronts. David LaBrel's production has certainly matured, with bright tones and massive orchestrations that have not been previously seen on Olin and the Moon records. The songs are brooding melodies about love and life, good times and bad, and the consistent drive to move on to the next town that all troubadours share.

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Eric Bay

Great acoustic country-rock - a perfect summer album!
I first heard of this band a couple of years ago when I saw them play at a festival in LA, and I've followed them ever since. Their combination of gorgeous guitars and intimate world-weary vocals work brilliantly on these 15 tracks. Some of the more melancholy songs sound a bit samey at first, but after a few listens their individual beauty becomes apparent - from the brooding slow-burning of 'Waking Up' to the jaunty vibe of 'Last Song'. My favorites are 'Watch Wait Never Change' (it builds up wonderfully), 'Not In Love' (beautifully sad) and 'Payo' (a song that wouldn't sound out of place on the soundtrack of an indie comedy - and I mean that in a good way!) For me, the only weak track is 'Burro Blanco', which is a shame as it's the last one on the album. Still, this is a great collection of songs - the perfect soundtrack for a summer evening, whether you're chilling at home or taking a drive up the coast. Well done guys!
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