Stan Martin | Whiskey Morning

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Whiskey Morning

by Stan Martin

Stan joins talents with legendary bass player for the late Johnny Cash, Dave Roe, for his new studio recording Whiskey Morning.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Champagne Wishes
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2. Come On Trouble
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3. If
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4. Little Bit Right
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5. Damn This Town
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6. Reasons for Drinking You Gone
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7. Running Away
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8. Singer of Songs
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9. The Note
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10. Whiskey Morning
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11. Wrapped Around Your Finger
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Album Notes
Stan Martin continues to ignite attention from the Country music world as he returns from Nashville after the recording of his fifth studio album Whiskey Morning. Mr. Nashville himself, Billy Block, not only introduced Martin as a friend and one of his favorite country songwriters but described him as, “triple threat Stan Martin who plays Tele like Pete Anderson, sings like Dwight Yoakam and writes like his own self.”

Martin is hitting full stride with his “less is more” attitude, preferring to strip things down to the roots; a process that began on the 2012 release of Distilled Influences, is continuing to manifest itself on his new recordings. “This is the most fun I’ve had in the Studio! Setting up mics, having the band gathered in one room and going for it while putting it down on 2 inch tape allows for that raw, in the moment, feeling to be captured; reminiscent of the way things use to be done,” says Martin. “Making music for music sake and not trying to be Pro Tool perfect for perfection sake is freeing. This album breathes. In all honesty, I should have been doing this from the get go,” he adds.



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