wilder embry | your sweet heart

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your sweet heart

by wilder embry

sweet sad alternative country from georgia
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. radar
2:59 $1.00
2. sugar
5:13 $1.00
3. last monday night
2:45 $1.00
4. bad case of the nothings
5:02 $1.00
5. your sweet heart
3:24 $1.00
6. microscope
2:51 $1.00
7. good nowhere
3:06 $1.00
8. better than me
2:40 $1.00
9. damage
3:52 $1.00
10. light me up in the dark
3:27 $1.00
11. love
4:23 $1.00
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Album Notes
Wilder Embry is a songwriter/crooner from georgia. He has lived around the south, as well as martha's vineyard. The record, your sweet heart, follows Wilder through tales of love and loss of friends and lovers and leaves no despair unturned. Through it all there is a beaten hopefulness that gently moves. Wilder loves the music of Lucinda Williams, Ron Sexsmith and Slaid Cleaves, to name a few.



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Denise Mello

Great songs on this CD. I hope to hear more from Mr. Embry!
I thoroughly enjoyed the songs on this record, both the lyrics and the vocals. The CD itself could be a bit more polished. A few songs ended in a cut off and there's a weird buzz in one song that's a bit distracting. I only mention this because it was a distraction from an otherwise perfect record. I hope Wilder Embry keeps on writing songs and making CD's!