Taylor Barton | Everybody Knows

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Everybody Knows

by Taylor Barton

An initmate portrait of loss..The poetry will capture you and carry you to a place where you feel at home..Kaukonen
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Everybody Knows
2:33 album only
2. Blindsided
3:09 album only
3. Gone
2:39 album only
4. Heartache On the Hudson
3:37 album only
5. Iron Curtain
2:57 album only
6. Wanna Make You Feel
2:36 album only
7. You Wanted Me
3:42 album only
8. Won't Carry the Shame
2:58 album only
9. The Dawning
4:06 album only
10. Train's Coming
2:34 album only
11. Nothing Ever Landed
3:14 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This is my eighth CD and what makes it different is that I sang it all in my lower voice, and it was spawned by the sudden death of my sister. My own mortality came into focus while I was writing this record, and the last song i wrote, 'Train's Coming' released me from an intense period of grief. I lost my best friend a few months later, and my husband GE Smith was on the road. The writing and making of the record helped me to heal my chaotic, inner world, and thus, the first track EVERYBODY KNOWS, was about death itself. I felt through the songs a total surrender to the unbearableness of loss. There was no way out, but to just crawl through it, and keep faith that a better day would come. And it did. For my brilliant sister BLAIR LEE BARTON R.I.P.



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