Corb lund   things that can't be undone %282015%29

$20.00

Lund, Corb Band - Things That Can't Be Undone

Format: CD
Label: New West Records NW 63339
Year: 2015
Origin: Edmonton, Alberta
Genre: folk, country
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Value of Original Title: $20.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Album
Websites:  http://exclaim.ca/music/article/corb_lund-things_that_cant_be_undone_album_stream, http://www.newwestrecords.com/releases/things-that-cant-be-undone
Playlist: Alberta, 2010's, Canadian Country & Western

Tracks

Track Name
Weight of the Gun
Run This Town
Alt Berliner Blue
Alice Eyes
Sadr City
Washed-Up Rock Star Factory Blues
S Lazy H
Goodbye Colorado
Talk Too Much
Sunbeam

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Corb Lund Band - Things That Can't Be Undone

Corb lund   things that can't be undone %282015%29

Things That Can't Be Undone

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Prairie-bred country-tinged rock'n'roller Corb Lund is ready to return with his latest LP Things That Can't Be Undone next week, but Exclaim! is giving you a sneak peek at the new material with an advanced stream of the entire album.

The record was made with producer Dave Cobb at his Low Country Sound studio in Nashville and hears Lund delivering a polished set of "wry observations, darkly biting tales, rural balladry and keen storytelling."

Twangy tales of life on the road ("Run This Town," "Goodbye Colorado") are intertwined with softer fare like "Alice Eyes" and honky-tonk jams like "Talk Too Much," eventually culminating with the sweet, earnest album closer "Sunbeam."

And while fans won't be disappointed with the new set of songs, they should know by now that Lund is always looking for ways to implement new twists to his classic alt-country sound. "I would like to think it's a healthy balance of pushing our stylistic boundaries and pushing our audience's ears, but keeping it familiar enough so that they're not totally alienated," Lund said in a press release. "I think I've trained them by now to expect different things."
-Exclaim

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