Steve Spurgin | Folk Remedies

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Folk Remedies

by Steve Spurgin

In "Folk Remedies" Steve Spurgin teams up with Jim Hurst (guitar) and Missy Raines (upright bass) to bring you twelve tracks of great acoustic music. Steve's songs are epic poems carried to you through his sonorous baritone voice. Pure magic.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Whiskey Town
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2. Long Gone
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3. The Wall Came Tumbling Down
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4. God Bless Those Desert Rats
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5. Visions of Plenty
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6. The Only Thing I Learned
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7. The Sound of a Distant Thunder
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8. Sunset On the Sierra
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9. If I Never See Ireland Again
4:06 $0.99
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10. The Big Payoff
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11. The Children of the Sea
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12. Carolina in the Fall
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Folk Remedies." The term suggests that "life ain't easy", and that solutions, fixatives, and cures to its dilemmas have originated from common folks. In this 12-track collection master singer/songwriter once again weaves fascinating stories about such dilemmas, all from his rural Texas upbringing. This time he he plays rhythm guitar and sings in the midst of an exquisite musical tapestry provided IBMA Guitar Player of the Year (2001, 2002) Jim Hurst and IBMA Bass Player of the Year (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007) Missy Raines. The result is a beautiful blend of sound and emotion. Steve's songs and lusty baritone voice will conjure up your personal memories; they'll enter your ears, set up residence in your brain, and take you places you might not have anticipated visiting. Enjoy the ride.

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