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Family Album

by Kenny Wright

A straight-ahead mix of rock, pop, folk and americana with an emphasis on lyrical sincerity.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Little Bohemian
4:52 album only
2. That's My Girl
4:32 album only
3. On The Other Side
3:59 album only
4. Blue Monday
3:14 album only
5. Left Of Me
4:09 album only
6. Honky Tonk Heroes
3:28 album only
7. See Them Going
4:07 album only
8. For You
3:55 album only
9. Song About Ohio
4:02 album only
10. Knock Me Over
3:31 album only
11. Rapture
3:26 album only
12. Precious Child
3:02 album only
13. Have It All
3:55 album only
14. Shame On You
3:54 album only
15. Honky Tonk Heroes (Long Version)
5:21 album only


Album Notes
Kenny Wright, the long-time drummer/instrumentalist for legendary stomp rock band Bonepony and a veteran of the Nashville, TN rock landscape for twenty-plus years, has just released his first solo album. Family Album is a cathartic blend of rock, pop, folk, americana and country that took Wright a lifetime to formulate. The album ignores stylistic conventions as it explores jangly pop ("Little Bohemian"), Zeppelin-esqe hard rock ("Left Of Me"), folk ("Song About Ohio") and straight ahead classic country with a rowdy send-up of the Waylon Jennings smash "Honky Tonk Heroes". The majority of the disc was produced by Wright and fellow Bonepony band mate Scott Johnson and features strong contributions by an impressive supporting cast of musical luminaries. It's a small miracle that Family Album was completed at all; Wright's main gig sees him on the road for some 200 nights a year as well as in the studio working on Bonepony's studio offerings on the off nights. Regardless, it was an album Wright felt he needed to make for a variety of reasons. Sessions were primarily held in Nashville with Johnson and Goose Creek Symphony knob twister Travis Gearheart. The result is the eclectic Family Album.



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