TheChickenYard | Long Time Running

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Long Time Running

by TheChickenYard

The band's second full-length release has already begun to receive incredible responses from fans and critics alike. Alt-roots rock heavily influenced by country, blues and rock staples.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Long Time Running
3:59 $0.79
2. Standby
6:30 $0.79
3. Stella
4:45 $0.79
4. Comfort Me
3:29 $0.79
5. She Takes It All
4:11 $0.79
6. Not Here No More
3:53 $0.79
7. Dust Bowl Town
4:20 $0.79
8. These Roots
3:43 $0.79
9. Could It Be
4:37 $0.79
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Album Notes
TheChickenYard's "Long Time Running" is the culmination of the an effort to find the sound that represents the individual. The sound that truly portrays the individuals as a group. The sound that defines the group as the music it produces. The sound that defines the music as a true compilation of experiences that are meant tell stories. Stories that are intended to move you or, maybe just your feet.

There are fun, foot stomping songs such as the title track "Long Time Running". There are songs of dramatic peaks and valleys such as "Stella". Songs with deep stories of personal experiences, such as "Not Here No More" and "She Takes It All". And there are songs that are just outright country-rock influenced, such as the ode to the sweet honeys of country, "Standby".



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Am I the only one who hears a strong influence of Counting Crows in the lyric phrasing? My God, what talent! Listen especially to "She Takes It All" to see what I mean...