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Ray Cashman | Desolation

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Desolation

by Ray Cashman

Desolation” is the most stripped-down, acoustic album I've released since my very first blues record, “Black and Blues“ was released in 2004. We just sat down together in a circle and started playing
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Let the Good Times Roll
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2. Desolation
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3. See Me Laughing
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4. Whiskey, Weed and Women
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5. Wasting
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6. Tennessee Blues
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7. Highway Kind
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8. Snake Feast
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9. Day After Hell Burns Out
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10. The Weather Song
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11. Time
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I wanted to record an album of songs that represented me at the current stage in my career. I had ditched the band and was playing almost exclusively solo acoustic. I wanted to made an acoustic album, quick and easy. Together with a few of my friends, we went to Guido‘s South Studio in Nashville, TN. There was Mark Robinson who played dobro and acoustic guitar, Dan Seymore on upright bass and S. Javier Jones on mandolin. It was much like back in the day. I just went in with my guitar and sang a handful of new songs and a couple older ones that never saw the light of day. I took the best of those performances, threw in a traditional song and one Townes VanZandt cover and found myself with a 11 song album that I'm quite pleased with.

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