Randy Sharp | I Won't Let Go

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I Won't Let Go

by Randy Sharp

Randy's songs have been covered by Big Bird, Patty Page, Edger Winter, EmmyLou Harris, The Dixie Chicks, Restless Heart, to name a very few but as many of his fans have pointed out, there's nothing like hearing his works in his own voice.
Genre: Country: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Brag
3:03 $0.99
2. Follow the Plow
2:58 $0.99
3. Pop the Pennies
4:10 $0.99
4. Run Billy Run
4:50 $0.99
5. Chain of Broken Hearts
3:04 $0.99
6. She's Not Over You Yet
3:46 $0.99
7. I Won't Let Go
4:14 $0.99
8. You Gotta Love 'em
3:07 $0.99
9. Doing 90 Down the 99
3:13 $0.99
10. I Know What It Ain't
3:13 $0.99
11. One Fool to Another
5:02 $0.99
12. Only If You Let It
3:18 $0.99
13. Rake the Ashes
3:50 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
The following people contributed greatly to the "I Won't Let Go" project:

“Brag” (R.Sharp & J.W.Routh)
Produced with Jack Wesley Routh who played Guitars and sang BGs.
Special guest: Aubrey Richmond on Fiddle

“Follow The Plow” (R.Sharp & J.W.Routh)
Produced with Jack Wesley Routh who played Guitar and Mandolin.

“Pop The Pennies” (R.Sharp & J.W.Routh)
Produced with Jack Wesley Routh who played the Electric Guitars and sang BGs.
Special guest: Tom Greip on Piano

“Run Billy Run” (R.Sharp & J.W.Routh)
Produced with Jack Wesley Routh who played Guitar.

“Chain OF Broken Hearts” (R.Sharp & J.W.Routh)

“She's Not Over You Yet” (R.Sharp & D.Gilmore)

“I Won't Let Go” (R.Sharp & J.W.Routh)
Produced with Jack Wesley Routh who played the Electric Guitars and sang BGs.

“You Gotta Love “Em” (R.Sharp & M.Sharp)
Produced with Maia Sharp who sang the Duet Vocal
Special guest: Linda Taylor on Electric Guitar

“Doing 90 Down The 99” (R.Sharp & J.W.Routh)
Produced with Jack Wesley Routh who played Electric Guitars and sang the Duet Vocal.

“I Know What It Ain't” (R.Sharp & D.Henry)

“Only If You Let It” (R.Sharp & C.Carothers)
Produced and mixed with the help of Craig Carothers

“Rake The Ashes” (R.Sharp & J.W.Routh)
Produced with Jack Wesley Routh who played Electric Guitars and sang BGs.
Special guest: Carl Sealove on Standup Bass

"I've never concerned myself too much with staying genre specific. When you've grown up listening to so many styles of music, like I have, it's silly not to consider all of the possible approaches- when you're trying to do right by a new song idea. That said; this collection leans toward traditional country but wanders into R&B, Folk, and rock whenever it feels like it ."

Reactions to Randy's album "The Connection":

It's hard to avoid being drawn into the world Randy Sharp creates with his music. The Connection is stylistically varied, but each track also shows a different emotional side. It is no wonder that major artists have tapped into Sharp's song catalog when looking to add depth to their own albums.

-Calvin Gilbert-

One of our generation's most prolific singer-songwriters is back where he belongs - up front and center. Randy Sharp's The Connection has definitely connected with me and will remain in my collection of favorite music for years to come.

-Donna Hughes-

MJI Broadcasting
Listening to the songs on The Connection, it's easy to see why so many major artists have recorded Randy Sharp songs through the years. He manages to combine intelligent lyrics and great melodies with new looks at universal themes -- not an easy task to pull off. But he makes it seem effortless. And, most important of all, his performance of his own material confirms the truism that, no matter how many superstars record a song, no one interprets it better than the guy who wrote it.

-David Scarlett-

Country Weekly
Finding Randy Sharp's name among the songwriting credits on an album is always a good sign. It means the artist has reached beyond the usual Nashville sources and formulas for a song that digs a little deeper and sounds a little fresher. Finding this album by Randy Sharp - now that's an invitation to hear a master at work.

-Michael McCall-

Country Music Magazine



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