Pholksinger Josh | Southern Dirt

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Southern Dirt

by Pholksinger Josh

The overall sound of the record is definitively "gangsta folk" rooted in folk, country, blues, hip-hop and spoken-word poetry. Don't be surprised to find talkin' blues, poetry, political songs, love songs, and rampant harmonica/kazoo solos.
Genre: Folk: Urban Folk
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1. Numberz
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2. Southern Dirt
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3. 18th Summer (April to August)
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4. Go Crazy
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5. Battlefield
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6. Editor's Time Machine
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7. Freedom
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8. Rain Poem
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9. Thanks for the Good Times
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10. Break-up Song
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11. Joan Baez
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12. Imperfection
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13. The Drive Home From Mary's
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14. (Live) Walmart Roaches
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15. (Live) Talkin' Public Education
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Pholksinger Josh's debut full-length record is a-hootin' and a-hollerin' and a-vailable now! Recorded in the summer of 2007 at Ragamuffin Music in Roswell, GA, "Southern Dirt" marks a coming-of-age for the 19 year-old singer-songwriter. Josh's songs come directly from the world he sees around him: school, war, religion, curfew, love (lost and found), leaving home, weather and so on. The overall sound of the record is definitively "Gangsta Folk" rooted in folk, country, blues, hip-hop and spoken-word poetry. Gabe Klein-Kuhn (aka Young Lion) contributes greatly to the album, adding drums, vocals and even co-writing a song, in addition to engineering and producing. Mark Brueker also added his engineering talents to the record. Mastering was done by Anthony Stubelek and Jack Terrell at RockStudio in Brunswick, GA.

-from 18th Summer (April to August):
"as april turns to august i
i leave my childhood.
spring done turned to summer in this year
and in this life"

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