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Sweet Harriet | No Strangers Here, Vol. 1

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No Strangers Here, Vol. 1

by Sweet Harriet

Classic rock, pop, folk, country and alternative cover music appeals to all ages. This title is inspired by an interconnection with the world through the internet. It has that quality of universal energy and is a good symbol for the time we are living.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Lost in My Mind
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2. Levon
4:56 $0.99
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3. Whiskey Lullaby (feat. Brian F. Murphy)
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4. Hallelujah
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5. Mama's Broken Heart
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6. Wagon Wheel
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
No Strangers Here Volume 1 is Harriet's third CD released January 16th, 2015! The lure of covering songs she loves to sing has given her opportunity to expand her talents and creative licensing with Brian F. Murphy and Mike Clark. Classic rock, pop, folk, country and alternative music appeals to all ages. This album title is interesting because it is inspired by an interconnection with the world through the internet. It has that quality of universal energy and is a good symbol for the time we are living in.

Levon is a more intimate version and has two dramatic pauses, a full drum kit, an acoustic lap steel guitar. Brian uses both mandolin and mandola!

Lost In My Mind is where we love to use the thunder drums. It is along the lines of the Lumineers, Of Monsters And Men, Civil Wars and U-2 ish.

Mama’s Broken Heart is upbeat with a sound like Lucinda Williams.

Whiskey Lullaby with Brian F. Murphy is a duet with a lot of heart.

Hallelujah is a bit like Civil Wars with soft harmonies and a modern folk sound.

Wagon Wheel. There is no disguising these vintage instruments! Brian used a wet tuning on the Mandola giving it a lush sound. Nylon strings on the bass. Cajon box percussion.

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