The David Mayfield Parade | Good Man Down

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Good Man Down

by The David Mayfield Parade

Exploring ambitious folk rock on this highly anticipated sophomore album. Featuring special guest performances from Seth Avett of the Avett Brothers as well as country star Dierks Bentley.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Love Will Only Break Your Heart
2:54 $1.25
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2. Superfluous Instrumental
1:29 $1.25
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3. From a Dream
3:45 $1.25
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4. Another Year
5:54 $1.25
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5. Human Cannonball
4:46 $1.25
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6. The Willow and the Babe
4:25 $1.25
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7. Tempted
3:12 $1.25
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8. Was It Only Me
5:48 $1.25
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9. Little Blue Car
4:09 $1.25
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10. Superfluous Instrumental (Reprise)
2:56 $1.25
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11. Trapped Under the Ice
3:14 $1.25
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12. Goodbye Farewell so Long
4:17 $1.25
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The album was recorded in two legendary studios.

RCA B:
Over 35,000 songs have been put to tape in Studio B, including more than 1,000 American hits, 40 million-selling singles, and over 200 Elvis Presley recordings.

The Quonset Hut:
This is where Patsy Cline recorded "Crazy," George Jones sang "He Stopped Loving Her Today," Bob Dylan recorded his "Blonde on Blonde," "Nashville Skyline," and "John Wesley Harding" albums, and Loretta Lynn made her first Nashville recording.

Surrounded by vintage microphones and the legendary history of such hallowed ground, we were able to capture the urgency of a live performance without sacrificing crystal clarity--a warm, classic sound that is sure to be enjoyed by the most particular audiophile all the way to the kid enjoying music from the speaker of his or her cellular phone.

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