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Heartbreak Town

by Solid Air

West Coast Folk-Rock with a glistening pop sheen. Great fretless bass playing and lush piano in addition to vocals and guitars. "Stay" and "Postcard" are especially beautiful. Special guests John R. Burr, David Phillips & Steve Kimock. (1996)
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Stay
3:17 album only
2. End of the Century
4:20 album only
3. The Beating of My Heart
2:50 album only
4. Heartbreak Town
3:53 album only
5. Horse of a Different Color
3:28 album only
6. I'm Wonderin'
2:55 album only
7. It's a Mystery
5:26 album only
8. Fallin' In Love Again
3:18 album only
9. I Found Out
3:36 album only
10. Postcard
5:24 album only
11. No Matter Where You Go
4:38 album only


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Solid Air co-founders Allegra Broughton (vocals, guitars, songwriter) & Sam Page (vocals, acoustic stand-up & electric basses on songs that range from folk-pop to jazzy, bluesy and even country-folk ala Nanci Griffith. With Jim McCarty, Rick Cutler & Kendrick Freeman on drums; David Phillips on pedal steel guitar; Steve Kimock & John Salz on electric guitar; John R. Burr on keyboards, Sally Van Meter on dobor and Dave Wellhausen on harmonica.

"Folk-rock with splashes of country, celtic, and jazz. Smooth and breezy, familiar yet original.", FOLK ROOTS MAGAZINE.

"Soulfully incandescent vocals; an enormously gifted band", CHRIS GARCIA, PRESS DEMOCRAT.



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