Robert Richmond | Sour Milk Moon (Remaster)

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Sour Milk Moon (Remaster)

by Robert Richmond

The best selling contemporary Native-American album of 2004 returns in a new remixed and remastered limited edition. Features the singles "Fortune Teller" and "Everything But Answers"
Genre: World: Native American
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1. Rusty Old Ford
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2. Everything but Answers
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3. Salvation Road
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4. Jenni
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5. Angel in Chains
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6. Less Than I Expected
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7. Nowhere Left to Hide
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8. Chicken Shit Blues
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9. Beyond the Dark
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10. Million Miles from Home
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11. Fortune Teller
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12. The Last Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Following on the heels of the recently released EU compilation "Almost Just-The Robert Richmond Story" comes this remixed and remastered edition of the groundbreaking contemporary Native-American best-seller of 2004. Richmond delivers provocative and direct assessments of reservation life (Rusty Old Ford), drug addiction (Angel In Chains, Jenni) and the problems facing the seventh generation (Fortune Teller) as well as popular live performance songs like "Salvation Road" and "Everything But Answers".

Native People Magazine perhaps best summed it up..."what may prove to be the best folk/pop album of the year"

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