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Steve Doyle | Where The Highway Leads

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Where The Highway Leads

by Steve Doyle

Modern, contemporary country.
Genre: Country: Contemporary Country
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1. Where The Highway Leads
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2. In The Country
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3. Save Your Heart
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4. A Car Load Of People
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5. If I Know You
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6. Just In Time
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7. Crazy (Always Alone)
4:29 $0.99
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8. No Work Today
4:04 $0.99
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9. Dirt
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10. Everything'll Be Alright
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11. Lonesome Road Tonight
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12. The Violence Stops Today
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Steve Doyle is a 2004 Starmaker finalist and it shows in this fine new CD by the classy young performer. A Car Load Of People is the first single from the album and is already making inroads on Australian radio with its simple take-me-back reminiscences.

Steve is a consummate songwriter and the album is a wonderful collection of his contemporary country style. Just In Time, No Work Today and the 2002 released single In The Country are quality high spirited works. Lonesome Road Tonight (written with Troy Gentz) is a gently rolling bluesey contribution.

His award winning track (TSA Vic-Song and Mildura Top Of The State songwriting competition) He Thinks That’s Too Far has been renamed for the album and now stands in pride of place as the title track Where The Highway Leads. The track is one of unpretentious depths.

Produced by Joe Camilleri, the album is equally unpretentious, but still retains a simple sophistication from Steve’s innovative songwriting skills.

- Deborah Minter, Capital News


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