Papa Jack Couch | Meriwether

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Meriwether

by Papa Jack Couch

Wide-ranging wisdom, regret and redemption, steeped in a lifetime of deeply personal experience; a carnival of joy and pain, grief and exaltation in 45 minutes of folk, pop, blues, gospel and jazz.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Life Its Ownself
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2. I Remember Every Time I Ever Saw You
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3. Make Time for Love
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4. That Gospel Blood
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5. Crimes Against My Person
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6. Runaway Heart
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7. Love Is...
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8. Prayer Chapel of the Highway
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9. Don't Want to Worry
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10. Valentine
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11. Till We See Jesus Smile
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12. So Far, So Good
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Emerging from a 32 year exile from the music business, and then a 6 year recovery from an automobile collision fatal to his wife, Papa Jack Couch has spent the last 3 years steadily reclaiming a place in the community of music, culminating in the recent release of his 12 song record, Meriwether. The album features fresh interpretations by some of Atlanta’s leading musicians, recorded in Atlanta’s edgiest studio. It's by turns joyful and rueful, plaintive and exultant, but it always jumps and slides with an aliveness that takes the listener to a better place. His voice has been described as Tupelo honey over burnt sourdough, and his writing ranges across multiple genres without ever slowing down. It's a freewheeling, gospel-shouting, resonator-choking, violin-soaring journey through a lyrical lifetime of love, loss and redemption, a roller coaster of jubilation and a glider flight of beauty seasoned with dabs of wry observation. It's a cheap ticket to a brief junket among the hopeful and the obscure, so buy in and settle back for an emotional ride.

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