Possum Jenkins | Collection of Bad Habits

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Collection of Bad Habits

by Possum Jenkins

Americana from Carolina - Carolinacana
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Ramble Still
3:21 album only
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2. Reidsville
4:39 album only
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3. Ruined Road
3:15 album only
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4. Burn These Leaves
3:38 album only
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5. Don't Tell Me
2:52 album only
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6. Bloodshot Eyes
4:15 album only
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7. Another Wasted Year
2:56 album only
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8. Bad Genes
4:48 album only
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9. If Ida Known
2:43 album only
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10. New Brand Of Misery
3:49 album only
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11. We Begin
3:55 album only
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12. Sweet Potato
4:27 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
On Collection Of Bad Habits, the third independent studio release by Possum Jenkins, the Winston-Salem and Boone, NC-based quintet matches their strongest batch of original material with equally compelling production courtesy of Doug Williams (Avett Brothers, Mad Tea Party) of Electro Magnetic Radiation Recorders and former Emma Gibbs Band guitarist and vocalist Richard Upchurch.
In addition to solid playing throughout by the band, guest turns by Will Straughn (Emma Gibbs Band, Shannon Whitworth) and longtime collaborator Aaron Burleson on keyboards add depth to the band’s self-described blend of “Carolinacana.” Swapping instruments throughout and sharing songwriting and lead vocal duties, Possum Jenkins’ driving, country-tinged rockers mesh perfectly with soulful acoustic fare, delivering the band’s most mature and fully realized album to date.

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