The Steven Blane Band | Motel Blue (feat. Rachel Horter)

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Motel Blue (feat. Rachel Horter)

by The Steven Blane Band

Motel Blue blends rock, country rock, pop, country, blues and gospel flavors into dazzling melodies flowing with palpable energy and marvelous lyricism.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Old Heart, Young Dream (feat. Rachel Horter)
2:26 album only
2. Motel Blue (feat. Rachel Horter)
4:25 album only
3. Curb Your Dog (feat. Rachel Horter)
2:46 album only
4. Lover's Lane (feat. Rachel Horter)
3:09 album only
5. The Preacher and the Prisoner (feat. Rachel Horter)
3:12 album only
6. Saved (feat. Rachel Horter)
3:14 album only
7. As Far as I'm Concerned (feat. Rachel Horter)
4:56 album only
8. Anytime (feat. Rachel Horter)
3:42 album only
9. Dance with the One That Brung Ya' (feat. Rachel Horter)
3:44 album only
10. Tiny Little Moment (feat. Rachel Horter)
2:26 album only
11. Moth to a Flame (feat. Rachel Horter)
3:45 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
The musicianship and arrangements on Motel Blue are stellar, yet the highlight of the album is the voices of Blane and Horter. Blane’s voice exudes silky-smooth tones reminiscent of Marty Robbins, while Horter’s voice conveys translucent dazzling textures of wondrous beauty.

Motel Blue is totally yazum! The cool, stylish melodies are shot through with scintillating harmonics and infectious rhythms. The sonic textures and colors shine with glossy sheens at once nostalgic and contemporary. Steven Blane most assuredly has the magic musical touch.



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