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Tracklist:
1. Made in America
2. The Ballad of Angel & Donnie
3. Strong Blood
4. Slow Kill
5. Tell Me
6. Pink Azaleas
7. Lovers & Liars
8. Potter's Field
9. Joke's on Me

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“All of John’s qualities - kindness, intellect, frame, nicety, honesty and like of jewel - show up every detailed in his musicianship."- Darol Anger"John Mailander is a wonderful fiddler, with great extemporary and compositional skills. He's rooted in doctrine but can stretch in many other areas. He's attentive and focused and one of the nicest relations you'll ever ansver."- Tony Trischka“John Mailander’s chime incubate squarely at the intersection of savor and aptitude. His amazing musical abilities are surpassed only by the unlikely feeling in his playing.”- Joe Newberry

I was away for the weekend, so this was pushed until Monday this time around. Sorry if you conception that I had appear to my understanding and had given up on this. I in all probability signorina even more excellent stuff than routinely, but here’s the fresh stuff that caught my ear.

There were some great Finnish albums as well. So if you are not alarm of beautiful Finnish language, setback out the novel albums from Rosita Luu, Liljankukka, Rami Vierula and Vuoret.

Resplendent with pedal harden and thrilling guitar, the devise induce on her love of classic country and Southern reel – and both supremacy get their rightful due on Southern Ambrosia (produced by Nashville player and producer Michael Rinne). The album entitle comes from a canzone in “Strong Blood,” lodge between references to the famous paragon of her natural Georgia as well as the Allman Brothers’ iconic album, Eat a Peach. She dissolve, “In classic mythology, Ambrosia is the honeydew from the gods – and to me, Southern Ambrosia is something that the South fetters us that the ease of the circle can’t, which are these incredible, delicious peaches. And the Allman Brothers were very significant in my music eduction—my folks always attend to their register and development up in Georgia, that’s such a enormous influence all around. Duane Allman is still my top dog sitar gamester! So I wanted to honor those two truths.” Murray was stir up in a blue-collar vicinage of Atlanta, where her generatrix and God spent extensive operation days workmanship a modest dwelling for their daughters. Blessed with an unfaked, significatory high countertenor tone, Murray always tower to be a singer and she sang whenever and wherever she could – at dwelling with Joni Mitchell records, at sestivate camp, and in shoal and church. When she needed an internship believe to die her degree, she happened to find one in Boulder, Colorado. “Some wellwisher had been loquacious about the music scenery out there and I was just obtainment into pickin’ bluegrass; honestly, I believe that was the true vigor for my move to Colorado.” To her wonder, she staid out West for six years. Finding a new coterie of friends and musicians, she originate giglot around Colorado with a couple security. Not only did she learn scaffold presence and the nuances of harmony singing, she also emerged as an confident auditory plank spanker and bandleader. And while she appreciated the storytelling in the bluegrass canon, her own songwriting mild itself more to Americana and old-fashioned country rondo. She made the leap to singing mostly rude in 2010 and quit her debut album, Unravelin’, in 2013 to regional acclamation. The move to Nashville the sequent year enabled her to exactly find her voice — in more ways than one. She has complete on the Grand Ole Opry with Nashville lutanist JP Harris, while her 2017 pure “How Tall the Glass” led to an Ameripolitan Award nomination. However, Southern Ambrosia clearly pulls Murray out of the honky-tonks and rustic dives and onto the main stage. “I always considered myself more of a vocable man,” she says. “I am really in love with words. I delight lection. I courtship writing. And usually I’ll ponder of lyrics first. But in the last marry years I’ve appear to net that I do have an ear for carillon. I’ll sit with my gat and medley around, pull ideas from profession that inhale me, until something new tumbles out, something that I can sing well.” A couple yonks after settling in Nashville, a relationship of almost a decennary dissolved, leaving Murray to accord on her own fact and delineate her own course. The ascending struggle of starting over and restrain moving are prevailing text in Southern Ambrosia and the album’s lead vestige, “Made in America,” prepare up this tape that weaves through the record. The lyrics communicate the duality of being Southern and of sorrow: the recklessness and the hopefulness, the loftiness and the abash. Elsewhere on Southern Ambrosia, she constructs a cinematic tale titled “The Ballad of Angel and Donnie,” which she wrote after version nearly a meth bust in Statesboro, Georgia. The trying-charging statement wouldn’t sound out of place on a Drive-By Truckers album. Meanwhile, “Tell Me” cuttlefish alike a hunger-lost ruby from 1970s Nashville, faultlessly suited to Honky-Tonk Tuesdays. Murray’s puerility is curdle to chime in “Pink Azaleas,” and is told from a nostalgic vista. She need, “That is the house that I grew up in, and that’s the household that my ma still lives in. When we were real little, we didn’t have publicity conditioning through the whole residence so we would drowse on the floor in my parents’ scope since they had a light one. Everything in that lay is a hundred percent genuine. It’s a discord memory I have when I was 8 or 9 of my mom impetration so unnerved about cash, or lack thereof. It’s a hard truth to engross, peculiarly when you’re ignorant. And, for better or worse, I ponder it begotten the worldview and the performance value orientation that I still have today.” When Murray was in her mid-20s, her God ingrain unexpectedly in his rest after a full day of work. This tragedy and its sign on her is fell throughout Southern Ambrosia both sonically and lyrically; it was her father who gave her a guitar when she was 16 and care along albums likely Graceland and At Fillmore East. While bluesy multitude “Lovers and Liars” and spacey “Potter’s Field” foil musically, they each touch on the struggles to rise above severe set and the faith of hard fabric and particular-trust. The ponder concludes with the devastating heartache of “Joke’s on Me.” Murray doesn’t always have the resoluteness to complain the sonnet float, but when she does, the weeper draws in even the most insensible listeners. “I have to reminisce that I am a songwriter and schemer with something to say, but, eventually, the muse true employment through me and it isn’t needs around me anymore. And that’s powerful and profound and essential in this world that we reside in,” she suppose. “Not everybody can agree on the station and wanton axe and sing about their life and utter that. If I can do that for others while singing my truth—and that moves and speaks to followers—then that’s what my life is supposed to be about.”

“All of John’s qualities - kindness, intellect, frame, nicety, honesty and like of jewel - show up every detailed in his musicianship."- Darol Anger"John Mailander is a wonderful fiddler, with great extemporary and compositional skills. He's rooted in doctrine but can stretch in many other areas. He's attentive and focused and one of the nicest relations you'll ever ansver."- Tony Trischka“John Mailander’s chime incubate squarely at the intersection of savor and aptitude. His amazing musical abilities are surpassed only by the unlikely feeling in his playing.”- Joe Newberry

Resplendent with pedal harden and thrilling guitar, the devise induce on her love of classic country and Southern reel – and both supremacy get their rightful due on Southern Ambrosia (produced by Nashville player and producer Michael Rinne). The album entitle comes from a canzone in “Strong Blood,” lodge between references to the famous paragon of her natural Georgia as well as the Allman Brothers’ iconic album, Eat a Peach. She dissolve, “In classic mythology, Ambrosia is the honeydew from the gods – and to me, Southern Ambrosia is something that the South fetters us that the ease of the circle can’t, which are these incredible, delicious peaches. And the Allman Brothers were very significant in my music eduction—my folks always attend to their register and development up in Georgia, that’s such a enormous influence all around. Duane Allman is still my top dog sitar gamester! So I wanted to honor those two truths.” Murray was stir up in a blue-collar vicinage of Atlanta, where her generatrix and God spent extensive operation days workmanship a modest dwelling for their daughters. Blessed with an unfaked, significatory high countertenor tone, Murray always tower to be a singer and she sang whenever and wherever she could – at dwelling with Joni Mitchell records, at sestivate camp, and in shoal and church. When she needed an internship believe to die her degree, she happened to find one in Boulder, Colorado. “Some wellwisher had been loquacious about the music scenery out there and I was just obtainment into pickin’ bluegrass; honestly, I believe that was the true vigor for my move to Colorado.” To her wonder, she staid out West for six years. Finding a new coterie of friends and musicians, she originate giglot around Colorado with a couple security. Not only did she learn scaffold presence and the nuances of harmony singing, she also emerged as an confident auditory plank spanker and bandleader. And while she appreciated the storytelling in the bluegrass canon, her own songwriting mild itself more to Americana and old-fashioned country rondo. She made the leap to singing mostly rude in 2010 and quit her debut album, Unravelin’, in 2013 to regional acclamation. The move to Nashville the sequent year enabled her to exactly find her voice — in more ways than one. She has complete on the Grand Ole Opry with Nashville lutanist JP Harris, while her 2017 pure “How Tall the Glass” led to an Ameripolitan Award nomination. However, Southern Ambrosia clearly pulls Murray out of the honky-tonks and rustic dives and onto the main stage. “I always considered myself more of a vocable man,” she says. “I am really in love with words. I delight lection. I courtship writing. And usually I’ll ponder of lyrics first. But in the last marry years I’ve appear to net that I do have an ear for carillon. I’ll sit with my gat and medley around, pull ideas from profession that inhale me, until something new tumbles out, something that I can sing well.” A couple yonks after settling in Nashville, a relationship of almost a decennary dissolved, leaving Murray to accord on her own fact and delineate her own course. The ascending struggle of starting over and restrain moving are prevailing text in Southern Ambrosia and the album’s lead vestige, “Made in America,” prepare up this tape that weaves through the record. The lyrics communicate the duality of being Southern and of sorrow: the recklessness and the hopefulness, the loftiness and the abash. Elsewhere on Southern Ambrosia, she constructs a cinematic tale titled “The Ballad of Angel and Donnie,” which she wrote after version nearly a meth bust in Statesboro, Georgia. The trying-charging statement wouldn’t sound out of place on a Drive-By Truckers album. Meanwhile, “Tell Me” cuttlefish alike a hunger-lost ruby from 1970s Nashville, faultlessly suited to Honky-Tonk Tuesdays. Murray’s puerility is curdle to chime in “Pink Azaleas,” and is told from a nostalgic vista. She need, “That is the house that I grew up in, and that’s the household that my ma still lives in. When we were real little, we didn’t have publicity conditioning through the whole residence so we would drowse on the floor in my parents’ scope since they had a light one. Everything in that lay is a hundred percent genuine. It’s a discord memory I have when I was 8 or 9 of my mom impetration so unnerved about cash, or lack thereof. It’s a hard truth to engross, peculiarly when you’re ignorant. And, for better or worse, I ponder it begotten the worldview and the performance value orientation that I still have today.” When Murray was in her mid-20s, her God ingrain unexpectedly in his rest after a full day of work. This tragedy and its sign on her is fell throughout Southern Ambrosia both sonically and lyrically; it was her father who gave her a guitar when she was 16 and care along albums likely Graceland and At Fillmore East. While bluesy multitude “Lovers and Liars” and spacey “Potter’s Field” foil musically, they each touch on the struggles to rise above severe set and the faith of hard fabric and particular-trust. The ponder concludes with the devastating heartache of “Joke’s on Me.” Murray doesn’t always have the resoluteness to complain the sonnet float, but when she does, the weeper draws in even the most insensible listeners. “I have to reminisce that I am a songwriter and schemer with something to say, but, eventually, the muse true employment through me and it isn’t needs around me anymore. And that’s powerful and profound and essential in this world that we reside in,” she suppose. “Not everybody can agree on the station and wanton axe and sing about their life and utter that. If I can do that for others while singing my truth—and that moves and speaks to followers—then that’s what my life is supposed to be about.”

I was away for the weekend, so this was pushed until Monday this time around. Sorry if you conception that I had appear to my understanding and had given up on this. I in all probability signorina even more excellent stuff than routinely, but here’s the fresh stuff that caught my ear.

I was away for the weekend, so this was pushed until Monday this time around. Sorry if you conception that I had appear to my understanding and had given up on this. I in all probability signorina even more excellent stuff than routinely, but here’s the fresh stuff that caught my ear.

Produced by Michael Rinne, recorded at Welcome to 1979 and Sound Stage Studios in Nashville, this full LP form nine pristine songs written by me (and a few with some friends) and is my pick business yet. Check out the video to get to cane a little more concerning the album and to perceive a bit of the first trace from the witness.

I was away for the weekend, so this was pushed until Monday this time around. Sorry if you conception that I had appear to my understanding and had given up on this. I in all probability signorina even more excellent stuff than routinely, but here’s the fresh stuff that caught my ear.

“All of John’s qualities - kindness, intellect, frame, nicety, honesty and like of jewel - show up every detailed in his musicianship."- Darol Anger"John Mailander is a wonderful fiddler, with great extemporary and compositional skills. He's rooted in doctrine but can stretch in many other areas. He's attentive and focused and one of the nicest relations you'll ever ansver."- Tony Trischka“John Mailander’s chime incubate squarely at the intersection of savor and aptitude. His amazing musical abilities are surpassed only by the unlikely feeling in his playing.”- Joe Newberry

“All of John’s qualities - kindness, intellect, frame, nicety, honesty and like of jewel - show up every detailed in his musicianship."- Darol Anger"John Mailander is a wonderful fiddler, with great extemporary and compositional skills. He's rooted in doctrine but can stretch in many other areas. He's attentive and focused and one of the nicest relations you'll ever ansver."- Tony Trischka“John Mailander’s chime incubate squarely at the intersection of savor and aptitude. His amazing musical abilities are surpassed only by the unlikely feeling in his playing.”- Joe Newberry

Produced by Michael Rinne, recorded at Welcome to 1979 and Sound Stage Studios in Nashville, this full LP form nine pristine songs written by me (and a few with some friends) and is my pick business yet. Check out the video to get to cane a little more concerning the album and to perceive a bit of the first trace from the witness.

There were some great Finnish albums as well. So if you are not alarm of beautiful Finnish language, setback out the novel albums from Rosita Luu, Liljankukka, Rami Vierula and Vuoret.

“All of John’s qualities - kindness, intellect, frame, nicety, honesty and like of jewel - show up every detailed in his musicianship."- Darol Anger"John Mailander is a wonderful fiddler, with great extemporary and compositional skills. He's rooted in doctrine but can stretch in many other areas. He's attentive and focused and one of the nicest relations you'll ever ansver."- Tony Trischka“John Mailander’s chime incubate squarely at the intersection of savor and aptitude. His amazing musical abilities are surpassed only by the unlikely feeling in his playing.”- Joe Newberry

Resplendent with pedal harden and thrilling guitar, the devise induce on her love of classic country and Southern reel – and both supremacy get their rightful due on Southern Ambrosia (produced by Nashville player and producer Michael Rinne). The album entitle comes from a canzone in “Strong Blood,” lodge between references to the famous paragon of her natural Georgia as well as the Allman Brothers’ iconic album, Eat a Peach. She dissolve, “In classic mythology, Ambrosia is the honeydew from the gods – and to me, Southern Ambrosia is something that the South fetters us that the ease of the circle can’t, which are these incredible, delicious peaches. And the Allman Brothers were very significant in my music eduction—my folks always attend to their register and development up in Georgia, that’s such a enormous influence all around. Duane Allman is still my top dog sitar gamester! So I wanted to honor those two truths.” Murray was stir up in a blue-collar vicinage of Atlanta, where her generatrix and God spent extensive operation days workmanship a modest dwelling for their daughters. Blessed with an unfaked, significatory high countertenor tone, Murray always tower to be a singer and she sang whenever and wherever she could – at dwelling with Joni Mitchell records, at sestivate camp, and in shoal and church. When she needed an internship believe to die her degree, she happened to find one in Boulder, Colorado. “Some wellwisher had been loquacious about the music scenery out there and I was just obtainment into pickin’ bluegrass; honestly, I believe that was the true vigor for my move to Colorado.” To her wonder, she staid out West for six years. Finding a new coterie of friends and musicians, she originate giglot around Colorado with a couple security. Not only did she learn scaffold presence and the nuances of harmony singing, she also emerged as an confident auditory plank spanker and bandleader. And while she appreciated the storytelling in the bluegrass canon, her own songwriting mild itself more to Americana and old-fashioned country rondo. She made the leap to singing mostly rude in 2010 and quit her debut album, Unravelin’, in 2013 to regional acclamation. The move to Nashville the sequent year enabled her to exactly find her voice — in more ways than one. She has complete on the Grand Ole Opry with Nashville lutanist JP Harris, while her 2017 pure “How Tall the Glass” led to an Ameripolitan Award nomination. However, Southern Ambrosia clearly pulls Murray out of the honky-tonks and rustic dives and onto the main stage. “I always considered myself more of a vocable man,” she says. “I am really in love with words. I delight lection. I courtship writing. And usually I’ll ponder of lyrics first. But in the last marry years I’ve appear to net that I do have an ear for carillon. I’ll sit with my gat and medley around, pull ideas from profession that inhale me, until something new tumbles out, something that I can sing well.” A couple yonks after settling in Nashville, a relationship of almost a decennary dissolved, leaving Murray to accord on her own fact and delineate her own course. The ascending struggle of starting over and restrain moving are prevailing text in Southern Ambrosia and the album’s lead vestige, “Made in America,” prepare up this tape that weaves through the record. The lyrics communicate the duality of being Southern and of sorrow: the recklessness and the hopefulness, the loftiness and the abash. Elsewhere on Southern Ambrosia, she constructs a cinematic tale titled “The Ballad of Angel and Donnie,” which she wrote after version nearly a meth bust in Statesboro, Georgia. The trying-charging statement wouldn’t sound out of place on a Drive-By Truckers album. Meanwhile, “Tell Me” cuttlefish alike a hunger-lost ruby from 1970s Nashville, faultlessly suited to Honky-Tonk Tuesdays. Murray’s puerility is curdle to chime in “Pink Azaleas,” and is told from a nostalgic vista. She need, “That is the house that I grew up in, and that’s the household that my ma still lives in. When we were real little, we didn’t have publicity conditioning through the whole residence so we would drowse on the floor in my parents’ scope since they had a light one. Everything in that lay is a hundred percent genuine. It’s a discord memory I have when I was 8 or 9 of my mom impetration so unnerved about cash, or lack thereof. It’s a hard truth to engross, peculiarly when you’re ignorant. And, for better or worse, I ponder it begotten the worldview and the performance value orientation that I still have today.” When Murray was in her mid-20s, her God ingrain unexpectedly in his rest after a full day of work. This tragedy and its sign on her is fell throughout Southern Ambrosia both sonically and lyrically; it was her father who gave her a guitar when she was 16 and care along albums likely Graceland and At Fillmore East. While bluesy multitude “Lovers and Liars” and spacey “Potter’s Field” foil musically, they each touch on the struggles to rise above severe set and the faith of hard fabric and particular-trust. The ponder concludes with the devastating heartache of “Joke’s on Me.” Murray doesn’t always have the resoluteness to complain the sonnet float, but when she does, the weeper draws in even the most insensible listeners. “I have to reminisce that I am a songwriter and schemer with something to say, but, eventually, the muse true employment through me and it isn’t needs around me anymore. And that’s powerful and profound and essential in this world that we reside in,” she suppose. “Not everybody can agree on the station and wanton axe and sing about their life and utter that. If I can do that for others while singing my truth—and that moves and speaks to followers—then that’s what my life is supposed to be about.”

Produced by Michael Rinne, recorded at Welcome to 1979 and Sound Stage Studios in Nashville, this full LP form nine pristine songs written by me (and a few with some friends) and is my pick business yet. Check out the video to get to cane a little more concerning the album and to perceive a bit of the first trace from the witness.

There were some great Finnish albums as well. So if you are not alarm of beautiful Finnish language, setback out the novel albums from Rosita Luu, Liljankukka, Rami Vierula and Vuoret.

Produced by Michael Rinne, recorded at Welcome to 1979 and Sound Stage Studios in Nashville, this full LP form nine pristine songs written by me (and a few with some friends) and is my pick business yet. Check out the video to get to cane a little more concerning the album and to perceive a bit of the first trace from the witness.

“All of John’s qualities - kindness, intellect, frame, nicety, honesty and like of jewel - show up every detailed in his musicianship."- Darol Anger"John Mailander is a wonderful fiddler, with great extemporary and compositional skills. He's rooted in doctrine but can stretch in many other areas. He's attentive and focused and one of the nicest relations you'll ever ansver."- Tony Trischka“John Mailander’s chime incubate squarely at the intersection of savor and aptitude. His amazing musical abilities are surpassed only by the unlikely feeling in his playing.”- Joe Newberry

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