Valhammer | 35660 Sheffield Alabama

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35660 Sheffield Alabama

by Valhammer

Greetings from the crossroads where Country and Soul meets.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. Walking
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2. Change of Seasons
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3. Chain of Amber
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4. Trapped
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5. Always
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6. Jimmy Never Got Out
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7. How Was I Supposed to Know
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8. The Phone Booth Song
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9. Wish
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10. Empty
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
It is with great pride and joy we hereby announce that our new CD is now available.

It is recorded at The NuttHouse Recording Studio with Grammy winner Jimmy Nutt and Cody Simmons behind the wheels. In addition to the band, which consists of Svein Ove Sivertsen, drums and percussion, Håkon Meling, bass, Leif Egil Helgeland, guitars, Svein Terje Fjelde, grand and electric piano and Hammond B3 and Alf Inge Valhammer, vocals and acoustic guitar.

We have been so fortuned to have the incredible talents of Cindy Walker and Marie Tomlinson Lewey on backup and harmony vocals, Will McFarlane on guitar, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Spooner Oldham on Hammond B3 and Wayne Bridge on pedal steel guitar. Horns are arranged by Charles Rose who also plays trombone. In addition to Charles, the horn section is Harvey Thomson Jr. on sax, Doug Moffet on sax and Steve Herman on trumpet.

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