Everybodys Records

They say you can't go home again, but Black Stone Cherry proves otherwise on KENTUCKY. The hard-rocking Bluegrass State quartet recorded its fifth album, and follow-up to 2014's MAGIC MOUNTAIN, at Barrick Recording in Glasgow, KY, where it recorded its 2006 debut album. The 13 tracks find BSC connecting with that same youthful energy (check out "Shakin' My Cage," "Soul Machine" or "Rescue Me") but demonstrates the wisdom gleaned from nearly a decade of recording and touring on tracks such as the reflective "Long Ride" and a brassy (and timely) take on Edwin Starr's Motown classic "War."
They say you can't go home again, but Black Stone Cherry proves otherwise on KENTUCKY. The hard-rocking Bluegrass State quartet recorded its fifth album, and follow-up to 2014's MAGIC MOUNTAIN, at Barrick Recording in Glasgow, KY, where it recorded its 2006 debut album. The 13 tracks find BSC connecting with that same youthful energy (check out "Shakin' My Cage," "Soul Machine" or "Rescue Me") but demonstrates the wisdom gleaned from nearly a decade of recording and touring on tracks such as the reflective "Long Ride" and a brassy (and timely) take on Edwin Starr's Motown classic "War."
819873012757

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Format: CD
Label: MAOT
Rel. Date: 04/01/2016
UPC: 819873012757

Kentucky
Artist: Black Stone Cherry
Format: CD
New: Available $11.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Way Of The Future
2. In Our Dreams
3. Shakin' My Cage
4. Soul Machine
5. Long Ride
6. War
7. Hangman
8. Cheaper To Drink Alone
9. Rescue Me
10. Feelin' Fuzzy
11. Darkest Secret
12. Born To Die
13. The Rambler

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They say you can't go home again, but Black Stone Cherry proves otherwise on KENTUCKY. The hard-rocking Bluegrass State quartet recorded its fifth album, and follow-up to 2014's MAGIC MOUNTAIN, at Barrick Recording in Glasgow, KY, where it recorded its 2006 debut album. The 13 tracks find BSC connecting with that same youthful energy (check out "Shakin' My Cage," "Soul Machine" or "Rescue Me") but demonstrates the wisdom gleaned from nearly a decade of recording and touring on tracks such as the reflective "Long Ride" and a brassy (and timely) take on Edwin Starr's Motown classic "War."
        
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